Claire is alone, lost, and hunted. Aided by her dog and armed only with a flashlight, Claire must conquer her fear and find her comatose mother.
An admirable re-imagining of the mythology of witches and witchcraft that’s not nearly as good as the hype might suggest.
A potentially insightful film on the struggles of anorexia that fails to resonate with a lasting impression.
With the current climate of ubiquitous true crime stories comes an account of alleged murderer Amanda Knox. The film is not nearly as interesting nor as captivating as it should be.
Based on the 41 volume Buddhist/samurai historical novel ‘Great Bodhisattva Pass’ and planned as a trilogy of films, ‘The Sword of Doom’ feels like an unfinished piece of work.
An exceptional heist neo-western set in the modern American frontier.
An inspiring account of how two men on the brink of irreversibly destroying their health, clean up their diet and change their lives.
A blockbuster, terror epic of a ghost story but lacking the near perfect, raw potency of the original film.