Inspired by Troma and Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Attack of the Killer Donuts finds a small town under siege by the titular pastries when a formula to reanimate the dead accidentally falls into the fryer of the local donut shop.
After seven years, the games begin again as five new players are put into a series of traps and the detectives on the trail uncover evidence that John Kramer (Tobin Bell) may not be as dead as everyone believes.
Despite it’s ridiculous premise and crazy trailers, Geostorm is mostly a boring slog of a disaster action movie with nothing you haven’t seen done bigger and better in other disaster movies.
Set in the future where an automated security system controls the justice system, Infinity Chamber finds Frank Lerner (Christopher Soren Kelly) arrested for seemingly nothing and thrown into a cell controlled by an AI named HOWARD and a device that can probe his memories to determine his innocence or guilt.
Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of the most pleasant surprises of 2014, a kick ass homage to Roger Moore era Bond that was also completely over the top. The Golden Circle can’t quite live up to the bar set by the first movie but it’s still a fun spy romp as Kingsman teams up with their southern fried American counterparts, Statesman.
Based on the action thriller books by Vince Flynn, Dylan O’Brien plays Mitch Rapp, who is recruited into the CIA’s black ops unit Orion to train as an assassin and take out terrorist threats.
A reboot of the Stephen King novel, and the 90s miniseries with the indelible performance of Tim Curry, the new IT is an excellent reboot that wisely updates and cuts certain things while keeping the heart and scares intact as The Losers’ Club takes on the horrifying entity that prays on their fears.
The Dark Tower series is Stephen King’s magnum opus but unlike the unique and complex story told in the eight novels, the movie version strips everything to the bone for an incredibly generic “stop the end of the world” action movie.
Coming off John Wick, David Leitch directs the Cold War thriller Atomic Blonde with Charlize Theron kicking ass and looking stylish but, unfortunately, the movie is not exactly what was advertised.
Unrestrained by studio interference, Luc Besson’s imagination is fully unleashed in Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets but unfortunately the plotting and acting don’t live up to the stunning visuals.