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  • The Highwaymen (R)

    Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson star as the former Texas Rangers charged with attempting to capture outlaw bandits Bonnie and Clyde. more...
  • Harpoon (R)

    Rob Grant directed this Canadian comedy-horror film about three friends stranded on a yacht. more...
  • Hunter Killer
  • Hunter Killer (R)

    Gerard Butler plays an American submarine commander navigating treacherous Russian waters in this diverting action flick, based on the novel Firing Point, by Don Keith and George Wallace. more...
  • Halloween
  • Halloween (R)

    The 2018 version of Halloween asks some interesting questions, mostly about why we think we can learn something from men who commit heinous acts. more...
  • The Happytime Murders
  • The Happytime Murders (R)

    This misguided comedy plays like an unholy mixture of Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) and Gerard Damiano's notorious X-rated feature Let My Puppets Come (1976). more...
  • Hereditary
  • Hereditary (R)

    Ari Aster wrote and directed this glossy horror film, which is so well crafted that for its first three quarters it manages not to insult the viewer's intelligence. more...
  • The Happy Prince
  • The Happy Prince (R)

    Rupert Everett has long studied Oscar Wilde, having portrayed the Irish literary genius onstage in David Hare's The Judas Kiss, and starred in screen adaptations of Wilde's An Ideal Husband and The Importance of Being Earnest—excellent preparation for this striking biopic, which is also his ambitious debut as screenwriter-director. more...
  • Hostiles (R)

    Scott Cooper often compensates for his middling work as a screenwriter with his evident talent as a director, elevating middlebrow fare about modern-day country music (Crazy Heart) and Whitey Bulger (Black Mass) by getting great performances out of his actors and skillfully capturing a mood. more...
  • High Life
  • High Life (R)

    One reason why every Claire Denis film requires multiple viewings to reveal its true nature is that the French writer-director refuses to repeat herself—her movies may share certain ideas and stylistic tendencies, but each one is elusive in its own way. more...
  • Hotel Artemis
  • Hotel Artemis (R)

    I would have sworn this futuristic crime thriller was adapted from a graphic novel—there's the same fatalistic humor, the same sense of greasy dystopia—but it was penned for the screen by Drew Pearce, a British writer who makes his directing debut after laboring on the Iron Man and Mission: Impossible franchises. more...