Missing Link entertains, but isn't in the realm of Laika Studios classic films.
Mary Magdalene is told with great reverence, but fails to be www.mmdst.compelling even with such prolific actors as Rooney Mara and Joaquin Phoenix.
Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell star in the dramatic true story The Best of Enemies.
Audiences will get a shiver down their spines from the wickedly atmospheric chills in this remake of Stephen King's Pet Sematary.
Shazam! arrives in theaters to shake off the dreariness that has plagued the DCEU since Man of Steel.
The Bruce Timm inspired DC superheroes fights the 30th century's worst bad guys in Justice League Vs. The Fatal Five.
I wanted a funny horror movie that was going to blow the lid off the genre. Camp Death III in 2D! delivered.
While Tone-Deaf offers plenty of great moments, the movie ultimately suffers from an abundance of absurdity.
Despite star turns from Woody Harrelson and Kevin Costner, The Highwaymen is dreadfully slow for the majority of its runtime.
A hardened convict must tame a wild horse in a dangerous Nevada prison in The Mustang, starring Matthias Schoenaerts and directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre.
Tim Burton's live-action adaptation of Dumbo captures the emotions of the classic cartoon.
Shia LeBeouf's character assists a man with Down syndrome with his pro wrestling aspirations in The Peanut Butter Falcon.
Get Out director Jordan Peele successfully avoids the sophomore slump with the enthralling horror masterpiece Us.
Shazam has the future of the DCEU looking a whole lot brighter.
The new documentary Stuffed takes the ick factor out of taxidermy by exploring the unusual art form.
Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn star in an unflinchingly brutal tale of police corruption with Dragged Across Concrete, from director S. Craig Zahler.
Will Forte and Maeve Higgins star in the horror/www.mmdst.comedy Extra Ordinary, a loving send-up of the paranormal horror genre.
Us has a scary as hell, brilliant first act but the rest of the film doesn't hold up to scrutiny.
Directors Kevin Kolsch and Dennis Widmyer hauntingly reinterpret Stephen King's Pet Sematary for the big screen.