Australian horror thriller Run Rabbit Run starts out as a pleasingly familiar creepy kid yarn, but it runs out of gas very quickly en route to becoming ploddingly tedious.
Nancy Schwartzman’s incendiary, but uneven documentary Victim/Suspect takes a deep dive into the various ways detectives and authorities in positions of power try to clear notoriously difficult to prosecute sexual assault and rape cases by shifting blame away from the accused and onto the victims.
A staggeringly unfunny, scattershot, punch pulling, and ineffective satire from a lot of talents who should know better, You People squanders an interesting, boundary pushing premise by constantly taking the lowest, easiest road possible.
Christian Bale and Harry Melling talk The Pale Blue Eye, Edgar Allan Poe, and director Scott Cooper
Edgar Allen Poe is an iconic figure, and he helped create the modern murder mystery. Writer and director Scott Cooper’s The Pale Blue Eye may be a fictional story, but it’s a fascinating mystery with Poe, and one keen detective, at its heart.
The New Year always makes me think about what I’m leaving behind, and 2022 was the best year of my career. In all the years I’ve been running The GATE (21 so far, to be exact), I never really expected anything like it, but it’s going to be very hard to top for a lot of reasons.
Writer-director Scott Cooper’s The Pale Blue Eye is a dull, but gorgeously produced and well performed bit of speculative fiction.
A delightful holiday movie surprise for the entire family, Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical is an ear and eye catching work of go-for-broke entertainment.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio is a beautiful and emotional film, retelling the classic fable with the heart and magic that you expect from the Academy Award-winning director.
Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio is a magical, moving story filled with heart, thoughtfulness, and warmth that brings new meaning to the classic fable. The film is about fathers and sons, love and loss, and it’s impeccably told by co-directors Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson.