A lively sequel that works largely because of the chemistry and combined charisma of Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth.
Embracing the welcome nihilism of Jim Jarmusch’s new film.
Dark Phoenix is a surprisingly exciting and satisfying conclusion to the X-Men series.
The new film in the Kaiju franchise ultimately does a disservice to the monster god.
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.
Our ranking of the 11 films in Fox Studio’s X-Men franchise.
Callie explores the many problematic aspects of the Netflix horror film.
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.
DEADWOOD: THE MOVIE offers equal parts nostalgia and growth, which should satiate most of the show’s many fans.
If you want peace, prepare for podcast.
Move aside Broderick, you’re in Jean Reno’s way.
Finally, the end (game) is here.
More like 10 things we love about this movie.
Listen to this with your art teacher! Or actually, no, please don’t.
We ask the most important question: How does a parrot stay alive in a lamp for a year?
Our VOD column returns with Zach Kindron at the helm.
David looks at the original Men in Black and what it reflects in the psyche of Tommy Lee Jones’ Agent K.
A brand new column from Manish Mathur, Reel Pride, examining queer cinema starts with the seminal classic ALL ABOUT EVE.
David discusses the “sense of loss” at the heart of The Wave and other disaster movies like it.
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???
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.