By: Jessica Goddard Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a halfway decent horror movie. However, those who grew up disconcertingly obsessed with the creepiness and morbidity of the anthologies this film is based on will be disappointed.
By: Jolie Featherstone Beautiful European locale? Check. Comedy that runs the gamut from social critique to slapstick? Check. Two smart and savvy women competing for the ultimate con? Check!
By: Nick van Dinther Bruce Willis is at his best when he’s playing the sarcastic, one-lining ass kicker. In Eli Roth’s Death Wish, that’s exactly who audiences get.
By: Addison Wylie I have to give Small Time a large amount of credit. It’s a film starring two slick used car salesmen and presents male attitudes as maturely as possible while embracing the swindling stereotype. It also finds a way to be heartfelt with family drama, as well as make you giggle with car lot banter. That’s quite a juggle, and filmmaker Joel Surnow maintains his load effortlessly. Al and Ash – two old…