Ari Aster returns with his follow-up to Hereditary, which is markedly different and a remarkably horrifying journey.
Indie auteur Jim Jarmusch delivers a star-studded snoozer in the politically charged horror comedy The Dead Don't Die.
Disney and Pixar achieve greatness again with a Toy Story 4 that is absolutely brilliant.
The early reactions to Men In Black: International are not at all out of this world, as its Rotten Tomatoes score is on the low side.
Director F. Gary Gray's Men In Black: International serves as a fun revival of the sci-fi series.
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson lack the chemistry of their Marvel films in a forgettable Men in Black installment.
The Secret Life of Pets 2 may be Kevin Hart's funniest film, with the comedian starring as Snowball the rabbit.
Director Simon Kinberg ultimately delivers a mixed bag of an X-Men movie with Dark Phoenix.
Simon Kinberg's Dark Phoenix is a marginal improvement thanks to the First Class and Apocalypse cast.
Assassinaut is a fun watch, but it feels budgetary constraints keep it from reaching its full potential.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters delivers one thrilling ride when seen in the monstrous scope of 3D and 4DX combined.
William Gibson's original script for Alien III has been brought to life as an audio drama, with Michael Biehn and Lance Henriksen reprising their iconic roles.
Rocketman plays every card it possibly can in just the right ways. as it pays tribute to music icon Elton John with a standout performance from Taron Egerton.
They're Inside is like The Blair Witch Project meets The Strangers with a dash of psychological horror.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters lives up to its Kaiju premise of epic destruction.
Booksmart is a teen coming-of-age comedy destined to be a classic from first time director Olivia Wilde, starring Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever.
Netflix's latest movie Booksmart has the potential to define the current teenage population for years to come.
An evil Superman terrifies in Producer James Gunn's dark superhero origin story Brightburn, starring Elizabeth Banks.