On one night of the year, in one little town, the dead leave their graves. They roam the night in search of something to eat. Until the day ends, it’s up to the citizens to quell their numbers. As Dottie’s parents and brother participate in the annual hunt, she’s visited by an old classmate—Paul. Much to Dottie’s horror, her peer is now one of the very things she’s been raised to fear.
As far as being governed by tropes and giving in to viewer assumptions, Juror 8 is practically lawless.
The Grudge (2020) possesses an incoherent narrative, but its greatest crime is wasting a promising director’s talent.
When an aged vampire hunter turns away a woman who seeks his help, his assistant secretly offers his services instead. Unfortunately for him, though, there’s more to the story than the woman let on.
When a man learns his upstairs neighbor is harvesting the most delicious honey he’s ever tasted, he blackmails him into making more so he can sell it himself. He then becomes enamored with the mysterious woman who’s suddenly living in the beekeeper’s apartment.