In the Heights Sings Its Way Through Stories of Hope

In the Heights Sings Its Way Through Stories of Hope

James Jay Edwards reviews In the Heights, a musical drama film based on the stage musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes. (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

The Amusement Park May Be George Romero’s Most Disturbing Film

James Jay Edwards reviews The Amusement Park, a psychological thriller film, thought to be lost, directed and edited by George A. Romero. (Shudder) 

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Is Just Another Conjuring-Verse Movie

James Jay Edwards reviews The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, a supernatural horror film directed by Michael Chaves, starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

Cruella Re-Invents an Iconic Disney Villain

James Jay Edwards reviews Cruella, a live-action adaptation film in the 101 Dalmations franchise and centered around the character Cruella de Vil. (Walt Disney Pictures) 

John Krasinski Does It Again With A Quiet Place Part II

James Jay Edwards reviews A Quiet Place Part II, an American horror film and sequel to the 2018 film, written and directed again by John Krasinski. (Paramount Pictures) 

Spiral: From the Book of Saw Forges a New Path for a Familiar Franchise

James Jay Edwards reviews Spiral: From the Book of Saw, the ninth horror film in the Saw series, directed by Darren Lynn Bousman and starring Chris Rock. (Lionsgate)

Equal Standard Doesn’t Quite Live Up to Its Powerful Potential

James Jay Edwards reviews Equal Standard, a film directed by Brendan Kyle Cochrane, script by Taheim Bryan, starring Tobias Truvillion and Ice-T. (Mutiny Pictures) 

Wrath of Man Is Much Better Than Its Name

James Jay Edwards reviews Wrath of Man, an action thriller film directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Jason Statham. (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, United Artists Releasing)

At Night Comes Wolves Packs No Bite

James Jay Edwards reviews At Night Comes Wolves, an American horror thriller film written and directed by Tj Marine. (Gravitas Ventures) 

Honeydew Rehashes and Refreshes Tired Old Horror Tropes

James Jay Edwards reviews Honeydew, an American horror film written and directed by Devereux Milburn. (Dark Star Pictures, Bloody Disgusting) 

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