Oscar-nominated documentary The Gatekeepers, which features interviews with the retired heads of the Israeli secret service, is at 90 percent.
Sound City, musician-turned-filmmaker Dave Grohl’s documentary about the legendary Los Angeles recording studio, is at 100 percent.
Girls Against Boys, a gory revenge thriller with Danielle Panabaker, is at 14 percent.
Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary, a documentary about incarcerated journalist Mumia Abu-Jamal, is at 33 percent.
As Luck Would Have It, Álex de la Iglesia’s relationship drama starring Salma Hayek and José Mota, is at 89 percent.
This week is also a chance to catch the year’s Oscar Nominated Documentary Shorts, (67 percent), Oscar Nominated Live Action Short Films (100 percent), and the Oscar Nominated Animated Short Films (100 percent).
And finally, The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia, a horror sequel starring Chad Michael Murray and Abigail Spencer, wasn’t screened for critics — which brings us to our last item: congratulations to RT user George Patchell, whose guess of 19 percent for last week’s unscreened Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters was closest to the movie’s eventual 18 percent Tomatometer.