Wrong Turn Re-Imagines a Modern Classic

Wrong Turn Re-Imagines a Modern Classic

James Jay Edwards reviews Wrong Turn, a horror film directed by Mike P. Nelson and written by Alan McElroy, starring Charlotte Vega and Matthew Modine. (Saban Films) 

Wheels Puts a Stylish Spin on an Age-Old Story

James Jay Edwards reviews Wheels, a coming-of-age film written and directed by Paul Starkman and starring Arnstar and Shyrley Rodriguez. (1091 Pictures) 

Jordan Graham’s Sator Is a Deeply Personal Nightmare

James Jay Edwards reviews Sator, a supernatural horror film written and directed by Jordan Graham and starring Michael Daniel and Gabriel Nicholson. (1091 Pictures) 

The Mauritanian Tells a Safe but Powerful Story

James Jay Edwards reviews The Mauritanian, a legal drama film based on the memoir Guantánamo Diary by Mohamedou Ould Salahi. (STXfilms)

Steven Kostanski’s Psycho Goreman Makes Alien Monsters Fun Again

James Jay Edwards reviews Psycho Goreman, a science-fiction horror comedy film written and directed by Steven Kostanski. (Shudder)

One Night in Miami… Fictionalizes One Historic Meeting

James Jay Edwards reviews One Night in Miami…, a film that imagines the historic meeting of Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali, Jim Brown, and Sam Cooke. (Amazon Prime)

Wonder Woman 1984 Is a Visually Stunning Rehash

James Jay Edwards reviews Wonder Woman 1984, a new Wonder Woman film with Patty Jenkins returning as director and Gal Gadot as star. (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Promising Young Woman Is a Kinder, Gentler Revenge Story

James Jay Edwards reviews Promising Young Woman, a black comedy revenge film written and directed by Emerald Fennell, starring Cassandra Thomas. (Focus Features)

Greenland Destroys the Planet with Heart

James Jay Edwards reviews Greenland, a disaster film written by Chris Sparling, directed by Ric Roman Waugh, and stars Gerard Butler. (STX Films)

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