This looks slightly better than an episode of “Power Rangers,” mostly because the monsters are CGI instead of people in foam suits. On the other hand, it’s three times as long. I know, I know, I don’t “get it,” and I “haven’t even seen a full Power Rangers episode,” and I should probably “stop talking trash about cosplay,” especially when I “own a Godzilla costume” and wear it “other days” besides “Halloween,” but you’ll be singing another tune when you’re living in the van down by the river. A Monster Calls PG-13 | Drama | 108 min. A young boy (Lewis MacDougall), devastated and furious over his mother’s (Felicity Jones) terminal illness, conjures a towering tree monster (Liam Neeson) to manage his intense feelings in this fantasy story directed by J. A. Bayona (who also made the thoroughly creepy flick, “The Orphanage.”) Ouija: Origin of Evil PG-13 | Horror | NA min. Alice Zander (Elizabeth Reaser) adds a Ouija board to her seance scam repertoire, inadvertently summoning an evil spirit who takes over her youngest daughter (Lulu Wilson). interviewWith the help of a local priest (Henry Thomas), Alice hopes to get her daughter back. With one demon represented as pure slick black oil, and the setting of 1967 Los Angeles, this feels awfully reminiscent of “American Horror Story.” Oct.
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