Stephen King cultists will find the humour and originality of the author firmly intact, but perhaps only in fragments and flashes.
Bernard Rose’s Frankenstein is a compelling and thought-provoking yarn that retains an air of unpredictability.
A carefully constructed and deliberately vague set-up that milks every ounce of tension, with twists coming thick and fast.
An absurd, one-gag pony, but these alien clowns look incredible even now.
With its engaging themes of destiny, fate, and redemption, After emerges as a strangely touching and haunting film.
A bloodless take that merely skims the surface of the story’s rich depth. Uninspiring direction further renders this dreary.