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  • Alien: Covenant
  • Alien: Covenant (R)

    After the baffling Prometheus (2012), director Ridley Scott goes back to basics for this second installment of his new Alien trilogy: despite a few remnants of the earlier film's obscure genesis story, most of the action in Covenant plays like an elaboration on the original Alien (1979). more...
  • Annabelle: Creation
  • Annabelle: Creation (R)

    Part of the franchise built around James Wan's horror hit The Conjuring (2013), this feature tells the origin story of the evil doll from Annabelle (2014), a movie it surpasses in craft and narrative coherence. more...
  • Antiviral (R)

    Directed by Brandon Cronenberg (yes, the son of David), this indie horror item centers on a clinic that draws viruses from celebrities and sells them to their fans. more...
  • American Psycho (R)

    The grisly murders in this modest proposal (2000), set in 80s Manhattan, are inspired by envy and ennui, and their perpetrator is a suavely pathetic solipsist and independently wealthy executive (Christian Bale). more...
  • Anguish (R)

    Directed by Bigas Luna, this Spanish cult item (1987) involves a film within the film—starring Zelda Rubinstein as a telepathic woman and Michael Lerner as the grown son she launches on a murder spree—that begins to drive its audience members crazy. more...
  • An American Werewolf in London (R)

    John Landis's 1981 attempt to recast the classic horror film into the flip, self-mocking style of his Animal House while retaining the thrills and chills. more...
  • Alien (R)

    An empty-headed horror movie (1979) with nothing to recommend it beyond the disco-inspired art direction and some handsome, if gimmicky, cinematography. more...