Crawl (2019, dir. Alexandre Aja)

A student and her estranged father are trapped in a house full of alligators during a hurricane. A tense and fun single-location horror thriller that makes the most of its excellent effects and actors, wringing every last sliver of tension from its gleefully B-movie premise. Recommended.

Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018, dir. Wes Ball)

Thomas and friends mount a rescue mission. Third and last of the OK YA dystopian franchise. It doesn’t make much plot sense, but the action is capably handled, production design is good, and there’s a refreshing physicality to proceedings. For series fans only tho.