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Jamie Lee Curtis (center) in “Halloween”


Directed by David Gordon Green; stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Nick Castle


Massacre survivor confronts the masked murderer one last time. Chicago Sun-Times’ Richard Roeper remarks: The “B-movie sequel … [that] the 1978 version has always deserved.” Rolling Stone’s Peter Travers agrees: “The slasher movie reboot for the #MeToo Era is the trick-or-treat fright fest you’ve been waiting for.”

The Super

Directed by Stephan Rick; stars Val Kilmer, Louisa Krause, Patrick Flueger, Mattea Conforti

Ex-cop works as supervisor of apartment where the residents start vanishing. Hollywood Reporter’s Frank Scheck notes: “It offers a few decent scares, as well as the opportunity for Kilmer to display his unique brand of screen charisma.” Eye for Film’s Jennie Kermode calls it “a rare genre film that successfully surprises.”

Hunter Killer

Directed by Donnovan Marsh; stars Gerard Butler, Gary Oldman, Linda Cardellini, Common

Deep under the Arctic Ocean, an American sub captain gathers an elite team of Navy Seals to rescue kidnapped Russian president. Daily Mail’s Brian Viner asserts: “It’s done with such a defiant swagger.” Guardian’s Mike McCahill quips: “This vessel has been badly compromised: Any interest seeps out by the frame.”


Directed by Kim Sung-hoon; stars Hyun Bin, Jang Dong-gun


In ancient Korea, Night Demons terrorize the entire kingdom. Dreadcentral’s Josh Millican thinks it “looks like a historical ‘Train to Busan’ … chaotic, frenetic.”  Asianmoviepulse’s Rhythm Zaveri states: “The current trend in South Korean films [is] to take a modern-day disaster movie and place it in the Joseon period.”

Brenton Thwaites (left) and David Strathairn in “An Interview with God”

An Interview with God

Directed by Perry Lang; stars Brenton Thwaites, Yael Grobglas, David Strathairn

Returning from Afghanistan, promising journalist lands an interview with God. WordSlingers points out: “Artistically, [it] is gripping and entertaining.” concurs: “Overall, the producers’ aim is worthy—to encourage conversations about God and faith, and in that regard, they succeeded.”

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