The delicate marrying of multiple effects styles creates a house full of nightmare fuel that makes for enough interest to push through any story stumbles in Anything for Jackson.
The scares in The Queen of Black Magic ensure a constant state of fear and dread. Though the story is sometimes more convoluted than necessary, it adds heart to the black magic tale in such a way that makes the larger terrors land much harder.
The Wolf of Snow Hollow, like Jim Cummings’ previous effort, is an interesting and sometimes nuanced watch.
Although it suffers from slow pacing, Akilla’s Escape remains an engaging neo-noir mainly off the strength of its two lead performances.
Bloody Hell is a tale of a would-be action hero plopped into a European horror show is a bloody blast that’d make the Ex-Presidents shudder.
Hubie Halloween isn’t nearly as useless or debased as some of Sandler’s recent efforts, but it still isn’t great.
Flynn and the cast know the show hits differently in 2020, but with themes of misinformation, they’re adamant it was always relevant.
Wolfwalkers proves the true craft Cartoon Saloon have on offer, and stands as one of the best films from TIFF and potentially the best animated film of 2020.
Cronenberg chats his philosophical beliefs vs. the ones portrayed in his film, and gives tantalizing clues about his next projects and the best recipe for blood
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