To call [CARGO] simple is to undermine the word “simple”. It’s less than that. It’s a single-location film equivalent to BURIED, PHONE BOOTH or LOCKE, but with zero ambition and unconditionally misguided.
Though it focuses on high-school-age heroines, DOWN A DARK HALL belongs to a more classical horror tradition and will likely be better appreciated by older audiences.
As feel-good as zombie movies get, ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE is a brightly wrapped present for both horror fans and musical aficionados.
A staggeringly unfunny mix of sports and zombies that qualifies only as an 80-minute foul.
Movie Review: “GOOD MANNERS” is a werewolf movie about class, race and Sexuality… with musical numbers
GOOD MANNERS is a film that actively strives to make viewers uncomfortable — in its subject matter, in its insistence on moving from genre to genre, and in its meditative approach to the trials and tribulations of werewolf parenting.