David Baldacci, Dave Eggers, Neal Stephenson, Alexander McCall Smith, Nikole Hannah-Jones, and more.
If the plot sounds like it’s too much for you, then you’re probably right and this is most assuredly not the movie for you. If you are at all intrigued however, you’ll be in for one of the year’s more memorable movies, that also happens to be surprisingly sweet.
As is often the case with sequels, the filmmakers have opted to give us more of what they think we want, significantly upping the body count and serving up ever more extreme displays of gore.
The latest from the author of the 2020 hit The Only Good Indians.
John Grisham, Elizabeth Strout, Jamie Foxx, Anthony Horowitz, Billy Porter, Rebecca Solnit, Jane Goodall & Douglas Abrams, N.K. Jemisin & Jamal Campbell, and more.
After the poor reception of V/H/S: Viral in 2014, the fledgling horror anthology franchise seemed like it would be coming to an end after 3 entries. Fans needn’t have worried however, because if there’s anything Hollywood hates, it’s leaving IP unused for too long.
This is a very slow-burn horror film, that relies far more on mood and atmosphere than violence or large set pieces, which means that it is very dependent on the performances to make it work.
Amor Towles, Jonathen Franzen, David Sedaris, Jo Nesbø, Stanley Tucci, Lisa Unger, Miriam Toews, and more.
Anthony Doerr, Joshua Ferris, Richard Osman, Catriona Ward, Steven Pinker, Anita Hill, Ellen Datlow, and more.
The latest entry in the franchise mixes pointed messaging in with the mayhem.