The new Alfonso Cuarón film is one of his best and should be seen on the biggest screen possible.
A powerful cast and an attempt to humanize Dick Cheney makes for an impressive achievement.
Featuring awards-worthy performances, the new film by Yorgos Lanthimos is one of the best of the year.
Bad Robot’s latest surprise film is an exciting and tense throwback that hates Nazis. So obviously we love it.
The new Dragon Tattoo tale turns out to be a missed opportunity.
Tyler Heberle makes his TFS debut with a deep dive into the work of Debra Granik
Rock icon David Byrne’s lone directorial effort is a unique humanist delight that is worth seeking out.
Ryan Coogler’s film is just as powerful as the one that began the Rocky series 40 years earlier.
Netflix brings Orson Welles’s final masterpiece to a screen near you.
Who watches The Watcher? Well, Sam and his guest did.
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Don’t go into the woods! But DO listen to this episode!
It’s the sequel to the prequel of the sequel of the Mummy remake (not that one, the other one)!
Toss the pigskin with the singular Keanu Reeves.
No one can be told what the Keanu Believe It episode on The Matrix is. You have to hear it for yourself.
One of Hitchcock’s last films, Topaz is an overlong but often exciting spy thriller.
Saddle up, partner. You’re going to need to watch the new Coens’ movie.
This column focusing on female directors turns its eye to Marielle Heller’s latest, a thoughtful and sad true crime story.
In our Beginner’s Guide to Hitchcock, we take a look at a little known musical (!) called Waltzes From Vienna.
The latest from director Steve McQueen gets our approval.
On how Steve McQueen’s 2011 film handles handling trauma.
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.