The fascination of puzzling out a compulsive fire-setter's motivations keeps "Pyromaniac" absorbing, even if the film itself provides precious few answers.
This ludicrous costume shoot-'em-up only inflates its whopping cliches and anachronisms by placing them in the incongruously deployed IMAX format.
An impressively if also somewhat self-defeatingly rigorous, near-abstract take on traditional ghost story terrain.
A chamber horror piece in which a corpse's stillness only grows more ominously unreliable as it's dissected.
"Raid" star/action choreographer Iko Uwais teams with directing duo The Mo Brothers to fill another two hours with terrifically visceral fight scenes.
Sometimes it's clear that the qualities in a role which should've set off warning alarms amongst an performer's better instincts instead seduced their actorly vanity.
Those who miss the spunky, rueful, heart-of-gold Hunter from her early signature films will find something of a return to that form in "Strange Weather."
Irish director Alan Gilsenan's Canadian co-production is an admirable if not entirely successful drama that does as well as can be hoped with a difficult adaptation task.
A cheerfully mean-spirited spectacle of numerous trapped people killing each other lest they be killed.
Gracelessly mashes together hardboiled crime-meller cliches and an unintentionally funny "Oh no! I'm a chick now!!" gender-change narrative hook.
A baroque mixture of real historical personages, fictive figures, multi-tiered flashbacks, and grisly criminal intrigue in 1880 London.