Review: Slender Man

A film made for basically no one, Slender Man emerges from the multiplex mire as not only a lock to be one of the worst films of the year, but one of the most excruciatingly dull horror movies to receive a wide theatrical release without going straight to VOD.

Review: Dog Days

Corny, lowbrow, and still somehow likably entertaining, Dog Days is a bit like the kind of star-driven ensemble comedies that the late Garry Marshall was churning out towards the end of his career, only this time the results don’t suck.

Review: BlacKkKlansman

If some of the greatest humour comes from tremendous suffering, then Spike Lee’s riotously funny and sharply pointed period piece BlacKkKlansman is one of the best examples of how those who are discriminated against often have to laugh to keep from crying.