Showing posts from September, 2022

"Bros" revolutionary but also screamingly funny and swooningly sweet

"My Best Friend's Exorcism" a totally enjoyable slumber-party movie

"Spirit Halloween: The Movie" has its charms but falls short of gateway-horror potential

"The Munsters" glows in the dark with garishly groovy look but falls dead as a feature-length comedy

Despite an overwrought finish, "The Good House" a wry, prickly showcase for Sigourney Weaver

"Lou" doesn't always convince but a fierce Allison Janney sells her particular set of skills

"Don't Worry Darling" an absorbing, mostly unsettling "Stepford" riff that works best when being ambiguous

"Pearl" a vibrant, delightfully twisted prequel to "X"