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  • Split
  • Split (PG-13)

    Three teenage girls are held captive in a grimy building somewhere by a madman with 23 personalities, but at least they aren't trapped in a theater watching this exercise in tedium from vaunted master of surprise M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense, Signs). more...
  • 47 Meters Down
  • 47 Meters Down (PG-13)

    The only thing this so-called thriller has going for it is widescreen cinematography by Mark Silk, a pro with more than two dozen film and TV credits in marine work; he conveys the vastness and terrors of the sea far better than Johannes Roberts and Ernest Riera do with their preposterous screenplay. more...
  • The Bye Bye Man (PG-13)

    Three college students move into a spooky house off-campus and accidentally conjure up the title demon in this laughably bad horror film, which derives much of its humor from the evil one's infantile name and the characters' unbelievable fear of repeating it. more...
  • The Mummy
  • The Mummy (PG-13)

    How fitting that the makers of this action-adventure movie about tomb raiders plunder the Universal Pictures vault, from the 1932 and 1999 versions of The Mummy to An American Werewolf in London (1981) and the Abbott and Costello monster fests. more...
  • The Mummy 3D (PG-13)

    How fitting that the makers of this action-adventure movie about tomb raiders plunder the Universal Pictures vault, from the 1932 and 1999 versions of The Mummy to An American Werewolf in London (1981) and the Abbott and Costello monster fests. more...
  • The Darkness (PG-13)

    Kevin Bacon and Radha Mitchell star in this horror flick about a family returning from vacation who are followed by an ancient, evil spirit. more...
  • The Boy (PG-13)

    William Brent Bell directed this horror feature starting Lauren Cohan (AMC's The Walking Dead) as an American nanny in England who discovers that her new charge is actually a life-size doll. more...