What better way to spend your late-October than turning off the lights and peeing your pants with a scary movie on the TV? THIS is your 2017 Halloween viewing guide!
One part Final Destination and two parts Groundhog Day, Happy Death Day does what it sets out to do, and nothing more.
Mother! is one-half of a solid thriller. Unfortunately, the second half turns it into a shallow, blunt, in-your-face wannabe "message" movie.
Buoyed by a stellar cast, with strong acting and witty dialogue, IT breaks the mold of modern horror films and offers something fresh, fun and freakishly frightful.
Annabelle Creation is the second film...in the first spin-off series...of Warner Bros. Conjuring cinematic universe. Thankfully it stands on its own as a solid horror film.
Henry reviews the first American movie from Troll Hunter director André Øvredal as The Autopsy of Jane Doe goes from 0-WEIRD with spine-chilling results.
It Comes At Night offers a grim, real-world scenario where the struggle between doing what is "right" and what is "necessary" becomes horrifically blurred.
The Mummy is Universal Pictures debut film in their so-called "Dark Universe" that will bring together several classic "movie monsters." Unfortunately it sucks.
Alien Covenant is both a sequel to Prometheus (and the middle part of a trilogy) and a prequel to Alien. It does one of those things better than the other however...
Phoenix Forgotten tries to turn a wannabe UFO sighting into a wannabe Blair Witch Project. The result is a movie that neither frightens nor entertains.
LIFE will make you think of ALIEN, but give it a chance and you might be surprised how sharply edited and acted it is, despite its feeling that you've seen it all before.
Pointless, tedious, mean-spirited, gruesome and 100% idea-free, The Belko Experiment is nothing more than a colossal waste of time.
Get ready to feel tense and uncomfortable for a lot of different reasons...
A Cure For Wellness is plagued by boring characters, a mystery you unravel long before the movie does and a plot that overstays its welcome by a good hour.
Rings is either a sequel no one asked for or a reboot no one wanted. By the end of it you won't care either way, you'll just be glad its over.
M. Night Shyamalan is back. It's not up to the caliber of his early work, but SPLIT will remind you why, for a time, he was considered the next great risktaker-storyteller.
Bye Bye Man offers no redeeming value and nothing to make it worth seeing. Ever. It's a staggeringly bad film from top to bottom that forgot to do its one job: Scare.
Every Halloween, TV-watchers snuggle up with individually wrapped candies to watch scary movies. Everyone has their favorites. These are mine...
The unexpected sequel to The Blair Witch Project offers up a lot of what worked in the original, without a lot of the originality of the original.