Adam Wingard

Yes, there are human beings in ‘Godzilla vs. Kong,’ but they matter very little in comparison to everything else that happens during the epic showdown of these two legendary Titans.

{ 0 comments }

‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ isn’t so much good, but rather good enough, sacrificing character work and dialogue for kick-ass action set pieces.

{ 0 comments }

Blair Witch is pretty much a roided up remake of the original, except it’s not scary.

{ 0 comments }

In The Guest, out now on Blu-ray, Barrett and Wingard aim their sights towards a more straightforward thriller, adding in just enough shocking violence to border on being a horror movie.

{ 0 comments }

24 Exposures from Joe Swanberg feels like one of the contrived sex-driven thrillers from the 90s, replete with terrible acting, unexpected pants-on “sex” scenes, and a mystery that is so uninteresting that I challenge you to even remember it’s still there by the end of the film.

{ 0 comments }

When it comes to home invasion, most people think of The Strangers, or maybe even this year’s The Purge. You’re Next is no different than those films from a plot standpoint, but is worlds apart in tone. This is a twisted Looney Toons nightmare.

{ 0 comments }

The ABCs of Death is a compilation of short films from 26 different directors, each assigned a letter of the alphabet. They were each given free reign to to choose any word they wanted beginning with that letter, and tasked with making a short film about death.

{ 1 comment }

A lot of young people get punished for letting their prurient interests get the better of them in V/H/S, a new horror anthology that gives six up-and-coming indie filmmakers and filmmaking teams a chance to put their spin on the found-footage horror subgenre.

{ 0 comments }