“Pathology” is a nasty, naughty little film, a delightfully disagreeable horror-thriller about a group of medical students who engage in unusual extracurricular activities.
Whatever happened to Al Pacino? In “The Godfather,” at the age of 32, he dominated with a glare, a stare and a buttoned lip.
Better doesn’t mean good. So just because “Resident Evil: Extinction,” the third and purportedly last installment in the videogame film franchise, marks a major improvement upon the last outing, don’t go rushing to theaters just yet.
A suburbanite’s innermost fears — that the next door neighbor has something to hide and that someone, somewhere is watching — are realized in “Disturbia,” a deft, topical thriller that does a better than average job at delivering the goods.