October is starting out with some odd choices for movie watching. Comedy continues to reign supreme and animated films cannot be stopped.
Zu Quirke's 'Nocturne' pushes a developing pianist to the brink with the discovery of a possibly satanic string of notes.
Furiosa, the spinoff from the wildly popular Mad Max: Fury Road, has had quite the buzz surrounding it since we learned that Charlize Theron wouldn't be reprising her role as the lead.
Elan and Rajeev Dassani's 'Evil Eye' is another less than hospitable welcome into Blumhouse's partnership with Amazon, lost to the mundanity of a long-distance chiller.
Albert Pintó's '32 Malasaña Street' cuts short the bliss felt by new homeowners when a presence with unfinished business appears.
Kimo Stamboel's 'The Queen Of Black Magic' puts a spell on audiences that lures them into a horrifying bout of ritualistic revenge.
In 'Totally Under Control,' Alex Gibney talks to key members of the pandemic response team - from healthcare officials to task force interns - to assess the U.S.' failure to anticipate COVID-19.
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