Damien Chazelle’s latest is a harrowing and humane examination of an icon.
Jamie Lee Curtis is back in the Halloween follow-up fans have been waiting for.
Star turns from both Lady Gaga and director, Bradley Cooper, make A Star Is Bornˆa tale worth telling again and again.
Venom is a fascinating failure, thanks mostly to whatever Tom Hardy is doing.
This sequel may be Shapeless but it maintains the spirit of Carpenter.
The Changeling offers a mature look inside the horror genre, especially when dealing with the concept of personal loss.
Alucarda is unlike most horror movies you have seen, but it has a lot to say, particularly about religion, to the point of sacrilege.
There are plenty of good times to be had at The El Royale, even if the mystery never quite adds up.
A mashup of supernatural horror and period piece that mostly works.
But, I mean, really, what’s the deal with that white horse?
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It’s not a literal walk in the clouds, but we all know Keanu Reeves can levitate above us all…
Oh, well(es), this is unfortunate…
Rob Zombie takes a stab at the long-running franchise with his signature ‘white trash’ aesthetic.
We can name the Scottish Play here because it’s Orson Welles’ adaptation of said play — Macbeth!
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Lukas provides a haunting look at Hooper’s masterpiece.
Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut starring Lady Gaga gets our recommendation.
Hitchcock ends one phase of his career with this, unfortunately unmemorable, film.
The movie involves a chorus girl, but the story behind the scenes is much more interesting.
This WWI-set espionage thriller has some similarities to a superhero blockbuster.
Our new horror column debuts with some Grade-A Nasty.
It’s when this ambitious and visually stunning miniseries goes small that it impresses most.
Carrey’s new series gets off to a rocky start.
The eventful third episode of the season finds David exploring mazes of the mind.