2024 Film Reviews

Watch the Lights (2024) Review - Alex Ayre's NORTH Wrestling documentary 'Watch the Lights' (2024), about NORTH's journey to its biggest ever show, captures a special feeling. It belongs on your watchlist. Review by Joseph Wade.
Bad Boys: Ride or Die (2024) Review - The fourth Bad Boys movie, 'Bad Boys: Ride or Die' (2024), starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, is a "check your brains in at the door" good film with enjoyable aspects. Review by Kieran Judge.
Hit Man (2024) Review - Richard Linklater film 'Hit Man', starring Glen Powell, based on a true story, is a riotous time and equally philosophical, a great symbol of the Summer of Glen. Review by Rehana Nurmahi.
The Watchers (2024) Review - Ishana Night Shyamalan thriller 'The Watchers' (2024), starring Dakota Fanning, strips the original story of everything that made it compelling. Review by Margaret Roarty.
Arcadian (2024) Review - 'Arcadian', the new horror film from Benjamin Brewer starring Nicolas Cage, is two films - half wonderful, tight and controlled, the rest wasted potential. Review by Kieran Judge.
I Saw the TV Glow (2024) Review - 'I Saw the TV Glow' (2024), the latest film from filmmaker Jane Schoenbrun, is an enriching viewing experience, like rediscovering a childhood show. Review by Jake Fittipaldi.
Sting (2024) Review - Kiah Roache-Turner horror film 'Sting' (2024), starring 'Furiosa' actor Alyla Browne, is a fun little film, a 90-minute dash of arachnophobia. Review by Kieran Judge.
In a Violent Nature (2024) Review - Chris Nash evokes Malick and van Sant in his 2024 horror film 'In a Violent Nature', an immersive experience worth seeing in a theater setting. Review by Lauren Frison.
The Strangers: Chapter One (2024) Review - 'The Strangers' worked because it was so minimal, the reboot/reimagining 'The Strangers: Chapter One' fails because it explains too much and concentrates on setting up two sequels. Review by Kieran Judge.
Tarot (2024) Review - The only time 2024 film 'Tarot' is bearable is when it's laughing at itself. Spenser Cohen and Anna Halberg direct Jacob Batalon and more in this bad PG13 horror. Review by Kieran Judge.