As for "Red Lights"...when a movie starring Sigourney Weaver, Robert DeNiro, and Cillian Murphy gets a quiet release in the middle of July...you know something ain't right. And indeed that was the truth. "Red Lights" was a movie with lots of opportunity to scare and freak out the audience. But the script writers believed the performances of Weaver, DeNiro, and Murphy would be enough to carry it across the finish line. But as a viewer, I cannot really get into a movie that whacks its talented and seasoned, female lead before the second half of the movie. And then replaces her with a droll, boring, and flat actress like Elizabeth Olsen. It also didn't help that Olsen's character in the film was badly written. "Red Lights" maybe should've slowed down when the lights turned yellow. Instead, it sped through the yellow lights, and what resulted in the end was a horrific pileup! It gets a WORST mark from us. September is normally never a good time for horror movies. It's normally when the studios just clean out their slate to dump releases they never found time for. Or couldn't get released the year prior. But this year, things were worse than normal.