Audience, you’re free of a magic carpet ride of fun with this one.
John Wick rides again, as the third chapter continues his neverending quest through Hell.
While featuring remarkable performances from Efron and Collins, this real life serial killer drama is a tonal mess that unnerves in all the wrong ways.
Sara uses her vast knowledge of Pokémon to review the latest film entry, Pokémon Detective Pikachu. Find out if the many plot twists and Ryan Reynolds voicework stand up!
Aaron Hendrix takes a look at Olivia Wilde’s directorial debut, Booksmart, and is in awe of her visual style.
We’re in the non-spoiler review for Endgame now.
Reanimating the Stephen King novel proves to have its own problems.
Tim Burton proves he can still make a some magic.
A by-the-numbers superhero origin story is elevated by a delightful performance from Zachary Levi.
The Saints of Los Angeles get a fun albeit messy biopic.
Manish selects 10 more films to serve as a primer to Hindi cinema that range from classics to modern hits.
15 years after the release of the revenge saga, a look back at its maternal melodrama.
An Interview with Mallory O’Meara, Author of The Lady from the Black Lagoon.
Marcus and Sean take a stab at casting the wide range of supporting players in the upcoming wrestling biopic.
Fresh from Tribeca, Sean Beattie reviews a monster movie meets relationship drama in Something Else.
Join the party line for this discussion on the Oscar-winning, Doris Day-starring rom-com.
Unfortunately, no one can be told what the movie Replicas is. You have to see it for yourself.
They’re not aliens!
It’s Winona Ryder and Keanu Reeves in a love-it-or-leave-it, love-hate-rom-com!
In Russia, Keanu movie watches you.
Does this DTV sequel to the vampire cult hit… suck? Ha! Get it?! Because vampires!
Revenge is never a straight line and Kill Bill proves it.
I’ve heard of The Spy Who DUMPED Me, but The Spy Who LOVED Me???
In the latest Blood Lust, Alejandra grapples with gender identity and otherness as represented in LET THE RIGHT ONE IN.
Marcus continues his marathon of James Bond movies with THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN, starring an old favorite, Christopher Lee.
Fincher’s grim serial killer masterpiece remains his best.
Moore, Moore, Moore. How does Marcus like it?
Tyler Heberle recaps the season finale of AMERICAN GODS and gives us something to hope for in regards to the future of the show.
American Gods’ rollercoaster-like season nears its finale.
American Gods surprises with “some of its best material” of the season so far.