Jim Jarmusch's zombie comedy doesn't quite do for zombies what Only Lovers Left Alive did for vampires.
This portrait of the black metal scene tauts itself as being above posers, but doesn't quite show itself to be of much worth either.
The first live-action Pokémon film might convert young kids into new fans, but it still misses the heights of its potential.
Olivia Wilde's directorial debut is a crazy high school movie, yet also a whole lot more too.
Jackie Chan is an impenetrable force in front of and behind the camera in this 1985 action comedy.
John Cameron Mitchell brings a punk rock musical he and Stephen Trask co-created to the screen without losing any of the glamour.
DC brings an old character to the screen in what may be the best film that their own cinematic universe has seen thus far.