GUILTY GEAR STRIVE is both immensely difficult as it is rewarding. It's a visual feast, designed to last for years of mastery.
SATANIC PANIC is a delightfully demented, gory, and blisteringly funny ride that heralds the coming of a new horror great.
BLACK WIDOW took its time getting here, and Johansson's bravura finale is nothing short of great, making it all the more bittersweet.
KING OF SEAS is an entertaining if not spectacular pirate adventure, which excels in beautiful presentation and delightfully fun swashbuckling.
RIDERS OF JUSTICE is a bold, funny, and ultimately heartwarming adult fairy tale of vengeance and healing.
LUCA is a lovely and charming coming-of-age story for the most part, but it also could have been so much more.
SPIRAL isn't an inherently bad film. Its solid opening hour and a game performance from Rock do wonders, but the second half is an utter dud.
BETTY returns as vibrant and intimate as ever.