Split (2016)

Even moreso than Shyamalan’s earlier films, it’s difficult to discuss some of the beauty and ingenuity of this film without delving into spoiler territory, but there’s still plenty to rave about without spoiling the film’s greatest trick. Anya Taylor-Joy continues being an new stand-out in horror. Shyamalan returns to writing meaningful, creative, clever, cohesive scripts…

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Dark Side of Dimensions (2016)

I was a fan of all things Yu-Gi-Oh as a kid for a while, but drifted away from it before the series came close to ending. As a trip down nostalgia lane, this film was good fun. The high camp and ultra-theatrical melodrama induced many laughs, particularly the lame overzealous lines being delivered, well, lamely…

The Sixth Sense (1999)

A brilliant, moody work of magical realism. I was surprised to see the film was mostly about psychotherapy and the troubles of young Cole, played fantastically by young Hayley Joel Osment, as the pop culture surrounding the film seems to focus mostly on Bruce Willis’ character. The supernatural ghost story and horror elements were also…