Starring Kenneth Branagh as the moustachioed master detective Hercule Poirot, the threequel has earned a solid 78% score on the review aggregator website from 79 reviews.
A Haunting in Venice, directed by Branagh and adapted from Agatha Christie novel Hallowe'en Party, follows the now-retired Poirot as he finds himself investigating a murder once again when a guest at a séance ends up dead.
Mayor of Kingstown's Emma Laird and Call My Agent's Camille Cottin also star.
Digital Spy's four-star review made mention of the movie's engrossing atmosphere.
"Using lens distortion effects and purposefully crooked shots that evoke German Expressionist movies, Branagh dives into a nightmarish version of Venice, where 'every house is haunted or cursed'," it reads.
"Despite not being particularly innovative, the movie is incredibly tasteful while playing its storytelling cards cleverly. There's no doubt Branagh has learned from previous mistakes, raising the level of the saga and delivering an instant Halloween classic."
A Haunting in Venice is released in cinemas on September 15.
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