Netflix’s 2019 original film ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ is an enjoyable, if inconsequential, horror satire hybrid.
2017 horror musical ‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ is a joyous celebration of high school at the end of the world.
The 2018 action horror film ‘Overlord’ is a zany, thrilling, and over the top spectacle.
2018 techno thriller sequel ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ is a diverting, thrilling summer thrill ride.
The excellent 2017 vengeance thriller ‘Revenge’ is scathing social justice masquerading as bloody horror.
2016 horror satire ‘The Belko Experiment’ offers a wicked new meaning to the phrase, “Surviving a day at the office.”
With a classy production and solid cast the 2017 sci-fi flick ‘Life’ stands as a decent, allbeit shallow and derivative, thrill ride.
2016 supernatural drama ‘Personal Shopper’ offers an intriguing, bleak, and ambiguous take on the haunted house genre.
2016 sequel ‘Underworld: Blood Wars’ continues the epic undead war, but, without meaningful characters or story who cares?
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