Sonic The Hedgehog review – an okay kids movie, a halfhearted Sonic movie Gotta go fast

The Sonic franchise is largely an unfortunate one. Though the classic games left an undeniable stamp on gaming and pop

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Color Out of Space review – Nicolas Cage shines in this trippy nightmare Far out, man

Color Out of Space comes as the return of director Richard Stanley 28 years after his last feature-length directorial venture,

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Second Opinion: Ending the Saga With A Shrug No one's ever really gone... because we gotta keep the fans happy.

I suppose we were always going to end up here. After the vitriolic backlash toward Rian Johnson’s The Last Jedi

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Knives Out Second Opinion: Updating the Classic Hollywood Murder Mystery Family drama

If you’ve seen even just a glimmer of the marketing for Knives Out, Rian Johnson’s follow-up to his mostly successful

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The Nightingale Review: A Gratuitous Slog The exploitation movie tries to grow up

When Jennifer Kent burst onto the scene in 2014 with her debut feature The Babadook, I was absolutely enamored. I

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Doctor Sleep Review: A Messy, Interesting, Weird Extension Hello again, Danny

Doctor Sleep reveals to the audience how it intends to handle its cultural baggage rather quickly. Right from the opening

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The Lighthouse Review: An Atmospheric Trip to Absolute Lunacy This one's here to really shiver ye timbers

If there’s one thing to be learned from both Robert Eggers’ breakout indie-horror darling The Witch and his new, highly

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Prey Review: An Illogical, Banal Genre Exercise The real survival horror is surviving this movie

The plot of director Franck Khalfoun’s latest effort Prey is hilariously baffling. The short version is that high-schooler Toby’s (Logan

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Gemini Man Review: A Deeply Admirable, Flawed Experience Ang Lee's newest technological cinematic experiment is wild

Ang Lee is no stranger when it comes to attempting to integrate his very individual artistic vision with experimental technology.

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The Wretched (Grimmfest 2019) Review Something Wretched This Way Comes

If there’s one movie monster that feels criminally underrepresented in the mainstream lexicon of horror creatures, it has to be

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