The Birds is a very good horror-thriller. If you haven’t seen it, rectify that.
Please Stand By is a generic road movie elevated slightly by its lead performance and its protagonist’s disability.
The Neighbor is too dull and too thin to be anything more than a showcase for William Fichtner.
Your time is better spent watching infomercial .gifs of people overreacting to non-problems than watching The Clapper.
Maze Runner: The Death Cure ends the franchise on a whimper—but at least it got to go out under its own power.
Only watch A Futile and Stupid Gesture if you’re not looking for an in-depth look into National Lampoon.
If you can accept what it’s going for—both in terms of tone/style and premise—then Mom and Dad is worth your time.
12 Strong is a mediocre movie that wants to coast by on its perceived inherent inspiration.
Acts of Violence is another bad direct-to-VOD Bruce Willis movie. Remember when he cared?
The Commuter is another fun—if slight, action-thriller from Jaume Collet-Serra and Liam Neeson.