The manga adaptation has James Cameron’s signature theatrics but fails in other aspects.
The sequel so nice we had to Marcelo and Rockie to review it.
The pairing of Steven Soderbergh and Netflix makes for a standout film.
Shudder’s documentary on the history of African-Americans in horror is a must-see for all movie lovers.
Gina Rodriguez rises to the occasion, even if the film itself does not.
M. Night’s latest is a weird, wild ride.
While a rehash of the original, there’s still enough spark in this sequel to bring you plenty of joy.
Barry Jenkins’ adaptation of James Baldwin’s novel is a grand achievement on all fronts.
James Wan’s latest is a refreshing wave of fun.
A powerful cast and an attempt to humanize Dick Cheney makes for an impressive achievement.
No matter how bad a year you may have had, the movies always come through.
Two Best Picture nominees about climbing the social ladder, and ultimately falling.
Looking at two royal Academy Award Best Picture nominees.
In this episode—wait, what was that behind you? Is that doll moving on its own?! AHHHH!!
Marcelo and Mike talk Robert and James, plus so much more.
The podcast about the director talks about the movie about the game on top of a game.
Don’t mind the insects crawling all over you or the tiny video cameras monitoring your every move… listen to this.
What better way to start a romantic comedy podcast than with Nora Ephron.
Talking making podcasts and two gothic romance movies.
Voting has begun! You have until Feb. 15th to fill out your ballot!
Ernst Stavro Blofield. What a cool name.
What could’ve been just another softcore porn movie, turns out to be a dazzling piece of filmmaking.
The final installment of our long running column aptly finds Manish exploring Hitch’s final film, this black comedy starring Bruce Dern and Karen Black.
A film buried by the release of Goodfellas deserves to have its due 29 years later.
Marcus heads to the Caribbean and the underwater Thunderball.
Hitchcock’s dabbling in the screwball comedy arena is more interesting than entertaining but has a terrific lead performance from Carole Lombard.
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.