The third film in the ‘VHS’ franchise is the most consistently scary yet.
Robert Patrick co-stars in a loving homage to 1980s slasher movies that gets the formula right.
The sequel no one asked for is better than everyone expected.
The newest animated film from Studio Ghibli turns princess folklore on its ear.
Universal’s Steven Spielberg Director’s Collection Blu-ray is worth the upgrade to own ‘Duel,’ ‘Sugarland Express,’ ’1941′ and the underrated ‘Always.’
Kevin Durand stars in a creature feature that’s downright poignant.
The Mexican land of the dead is a place that you and your kids will definitely want to visit.
David Ayer’s terrifying, traumatic World War II epic is one of the great war movies.
Miguel Arteta’s adaptation of the beloved children’s book is too cheerful for its own good.
Luke Evans stars in a toothless superhero reboot of the Dracula franchise.
If you’re laughing at ‘Sharknado 2,’ you’re missing the point.
Adrien Brody plays the master escape artist in a thrilling biopic that plays even better on Blu-ray.
Does the rebranding of ‘Edge of Tomorrow’ as ‘Live Die Repeat’ have any effect on a movie that was already great?
Nicolas Cage stars in a Christian disaster movie that turned out disastrous.
Jason Reitman’s grim saga of middle-class malaise tries to highlight all the ways that the internet has changed our lives, but only proves that it hasn’t.
The prequel to ‘The Conjuring’ is a creepy doll movie, but without the creepy part.
Jon Favreau’s ‘Chef’ looks great on Blu-ray, but the film may not be meaty enough for everyone’s taste.
David Fincher takes ‘Gone Girl’ seriously so you don’t have to.
Fred Topel reviews ‘Horeshead,’ ‘It Follows,’ ‘Let Us Prey,’ ‘Wastelander Panda: Exile’ and more from Fantastic Fest 2014.
LAIKA’s latest stop-motion fantasy is messier than its first two family films, but one man’s junk is another man’s treasure. Or is it the other way around?