Ready Or Not is a horror comedy about a new bride who, in order to officially join the family, must play a potentially deadly game.
Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened is an anatomy of a failed event that doubles as a scathing cultural critique.
Mike Flanagan’s sequel to The Shining doesn’t just do justice to its predecessor – it’s one of the best Stephen King adaptations of recent years, a genuine horror epic sure to cement its director’s reputation as a horror auteur.
This year’s Child’s Play remake should not be a Chucky movie, and it knows it.
Always Be My Maybe is a rom-com whether a “meant to be” relationship can actually work in practice.
Let’s get one thing straight – Joker is not a superhero movie.
Quentin Tarantino’s latest is a dark fairy tale about a town that produces fictional happy endings by the hundreds while providing too few real ones.
Sam Raimi-produced Crawl is the alligator home invasion movie you didn’t know you needed.
Ari Aster’s hotly-anticipated follow-up to Hereditary is a hallucinatory fever dream that fuses coming-of-age drama with vintage occult horror.
Nightmare Cinema is a love letter to horror movies that may make you never want to set foot in a theatre again.