The Intruder, starring Dennis Quaid, may be the most unintentionally funny home invasion thriller you will ever see.
A professional stalker and plenty of disturbing yet fun moments, Greta explores the stalker experience and all its horror from a melodramatic, pulp-filled place.
In Glass, Shyamalan falls victim to his auteur ego. It’s well-made, but it’s also extremely indulgent as it completes the Eastrail 177 Trilogy.
Karyn Kusama’s Destroyer, a Tarantino Lite film starring Nicole Kidman, is well-made, but there’s nothing to it that hasn’t already been done, and better.
After creating the hit TV series “Lost,” writer/director Drew Goddard jumped into feature filmmaking with both feet in 2012 and made The Cabin in the Woods, which is easily one of the best movies of the twenty-first century. Since then, he’s settled into screenwriting by working on scripts for big budget Hollywood fare like The Martian and World War Z. But now, after four years of writing for others, Goddard makes a triumphant return to the director’s chair with the pulpy Bad Times at the El Royale.