Can a horror movie get by on nothing but atmosphere, on the the je ne sais quoi of its unsettling mood? I Am The Pretty Thing That Lives In The House suggests that maybe it can. This curious object with a curious title is the second feature from writer-director Oz Perkins, son of Psycho star Anthony Perkins. Show More Summary
Much like Whit Stillman adapting Jane Austen earlier this year, Into The Inferno—a documentary about volcanoes directed by Werner Herzog—seems like such a no-brainer that it’s hard to believe it didn’t already exist. Actually, this one...Show More Summary
Here is a spoiler free review of Marvel’s Doctor Strange by Youtuber Mr Sunday Movies. The movie is good (one of the best origin movies Marvel has ever released!), The visuals are spectacular. The acting is great. It seems we have aShow More Summary
Browse current, upcoming, or classic movies with Reelgood, then add the ones you want to see to a Watchlist to be notified when they’re available. When I was a kid, it didn’t take much to get me to the movies. A promising trailer or article in one of my favorite genre magazines, and my butt was in the seat. Show More Summary
Warner Bros has sued talent agency Innovative Artists for running an internal-use Google Drive folder that let its clients and staff review movies in the course of their duties. They say the company ripped "screeners" (DVDs sent for review purposes) and put them on the server, whence they leaked onto torrent sites. (more…)
There's only one movie on the docket this week, and it's the return of Tom Hanks in another Robert Landgon/ Dan Brown affair. Forgive me if I don't sound too excited. This week it's just Inferno hitting the box office, and...
Last week brought the first reactions to Doctor Strange after press saw the movie before it hits international markets this coming week. Now the embargo has lifted on full reviews of Marvel’s latest addition to their cinematic universe, providing us with a much more detailed reception from critics. Show More Summary
Screamfest 2016 Review: Pigskin Pigskin is a disturbing movie for anyone who gets upset over body horror films. It’s about a bulimic high school cheerleader who is obsessed with being skinny... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
When it comes to the films of Japanese writer-director Kiyoshi Kurosawa, the most apt comparisons have long been Fritz Lang and David Lynch, even though neither speaks to how his movies actually look. Like the former, he draws on a fascination with evil (one can imagine Lang’s masterpieces M and The Testament Of Dr. Show More Summary
You can say this for Tyler Perry: He earns his possessive credit. Perry writes, produces, directs, and stars in Tyler Perry’s Boo! A Madea Halloween, and he’s also the best part of it—at least in some of his guises. He once again plays...Show More Summary
Do you dare play with the board? The big Halloween horror movie this year is Universal’s board game-based prequel Ouija: Origin of Evil (read our review), which promises to be the rare follow-up film that’s actually better than its predecessor. But we’re not here to talk about movies today. Rather, we’re here to gather around […]
Let’s get this out in the open right at the start: Bed of the Dead is not a good movie. It is fun, silly, and gory, but for folks who can’t overlook plot holes so big you can drive a truck through ’em, histrionic overacting and leaden dialogue, then this may not be the movie […]
Smartly marketed as not necessarily having a connection to the 2014 movie Ouija, 2016’s Ouija: Origin of Evil is a surprisingly not bad little horror film. It’s all the more of a surprise considering the poor reputation of the original. [Read more...]
This won’t convert anyone, but it’s still a solid Madea movie. Read more...
Murder and the courtroom dramas that surround it are as American, in movies, as pie, and it is now the turn of that old-school cool hero of action films, Keanu Reeves, to take a turn at the tried and true genre. In the upcoming whodunit...Show More Summary
"While fans of the books should be satisfied, it may only serve as mild entertainment to general movie audiences." The post Jack Reacher: Never Go Back Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Park Chan-wook’s The Handmaiden is a fiendishly clever, sinfully funny con-job melodrama, the kind that keeps yanking the rug out from under everyone on screen and off. If that’s all the film was, it would still be a must-see, at least for those who don’t mind a little graphic violence and kinky sex to go with their misdirection. Show More Summary
In your 20s, it might seem like a living death, but once you start getting a little older (and softer, and sleepier), the suburbs start to look, well, kind of attractive. Who needs high crime rates and $13 cocktails? You’ve got nothing to prove anymore. Show More Summary
The doctor is not quite in, but early reviews have arrived for the Marvel Cinematic Universe's latest superhero film. "Doctor Strange" opens November 4, and so far critics are giving it a solid thumbs up, if not two enthusiastic thumbs up and a standing ovation. Show More Summary
First, to answer the obvious question: Released on the all-important Halloween weekend in a slow October for horror movies, Ouija was the No. 1 movie in America for one week in 2014, earning enough return on Universal’s investment to justify green-lighting another film. Show More Summary