The Puppetman is a new horror flick that fails to convey an effective story or major scares. Here's CBR's review.
Emma Stone stars in Yorgos Lanthimos' latest film, Poor Things, a steampunk gothic about reanimation and sexual awakening.
Eddie Alcazar's Divinity examines the cost of living forever in an abrasively refreshing black-and-white sci-fi indie.
A single-location thriller, The Mill features important themes and a solid lead performance but suffers from major pacing issues. Here's CBR's review.
Foe, starring Paul Mescal and Saoirse Ronan, should be an event to celebrate. Instead, it's a sci-fi story that's been told a thousand times.
Argentinean writer-director Demián Rugna's powerfully unsettling horror film When Evil Lurks is not for the faint of heart or faint of stomach.
REVIEW: Dicks: The Musical is the Hilariously Heartwarming Musical About Alpha Male Twins Who Vow to Save Their Family
Dicks: The Musical presents the rare experience for 2023: laughter and disgust coexisting on the silver screen.
The Blink182 singer's directorial debut, Monsters of California, entertains when it brings the laughs and not the overcooked drama.
Horror comedy Totally Killer is colorful and upbeat, with an amusing high-concept story that's just fast-paced enough to keep from falling apart.
The one-note allegory about a monstrous manifestation of the protagonist's anxieties and fears wears thin. Here's CBR's review of Appendage.
No One Will Save You filmmaker Brian Duffield knows his alien movies and knows how to use those familiar elements for his own ends.
The Netflix original crime drama Reptile works better as a contemplative character study than a dark thriller, with Benicio del Toro center stage.
Elevator Game sloppily adapts an internet legend into a film, resulting in a clunky and confusing mesh of ideas. Here's CBR's review.
As a showcase for a group of underappreciated Latino horror filmmakers, Satanic Hispanics accomplishes its goal. Here's CBR's review.
A Haunting in Venice is a visually rich blend of mystery tropes and horror elements that remains compelling -- even if it feels underbaked at times.
Norwegian horror flick Good Boy features a shocking storyline and plenty of jaw-dropping twists. Here's CBR's review.
The French animated film Ernest & Celestine gets an adventurous sequel in A Trip to Gibberitia, with beautiful animation. Here's CBR's review.
The Good Mother is awkwardly positioned between drama and crime thriller, with strong aspects of both that don't quite fit together.
Filmmaker Jennifer Reeder focuses on delivering a vibe, and the impressionistic Perpetrator doesn't hinge on shocking twists or intricate plotting.