A bookish high school student pursues a challenging hobby - competitive dance - in order to impress the admissions officer at her dream school.
'Star Trek: Lower Decks' feels like a return to form for 'Star Trek,' but maybe just not how you were expecting.
Andrew Traucki's sequel raises the stakes by taking the crocodile horrors of 'Black Water' and introducing an element of closed-in panic.
Jayro Bustamante honors tradition, heritage, and history in this wicked reinvention of the "Weeping Woman's" tale.
It’s certainly interesting to see where 'She Dies Tomorrow' is going from scene to scene, but the film loses its luster and retroactively feels underdeveloped.
Now that Number Five (Aiden Gallagher) has set up a suitable base of operations in Elliott's (Kevin Rankin) bunker, he's able to start searching for his siblings in earnest.
So, here we are again. We're back with the Hargreeves family, delightedly watching the members of The Umbrella Academy shatter the timeline beyond repair.
This "screen life" horror film born from lockdown conditions is a can't-miss slice of techno-horror intensity.
John Pogue steps up and delivers a worthwhile 'Deep Blue Sea' sequel after the last entry's disastrous attempt.
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