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.
The new film by S. Craig Zahler is a mean as you’d expect, but also truly fascinating.
Jordan Peele deftly avoids the sophomore slump with this smart and terrifying film.
This girl is on fire.
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.
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.
The new MCU film may be a step forward for female representation, but it might not be enough.
Our coverage of this year’s Chattanooga Film Festival kicks off with Hail Satan?
Studio meddling turns a psychological drama into a boring procedural and we’re none the better for it.
Who’s there? An Eli Roth movie with questionable subject matter starring Keanu!
Will your hosts be… universal in their feelings toward this Jean-Claude Van Damme sequel?
Discussing the best tracks over the three film scores by John Powell.
Don’t let this episode just… pass you by.
Moore, Moore, Moore. How does Marcus like it?
Even centuries’ old vampires have family issues.
Connery returned for this campy entry in the Bond series which Marcus found lacking to say the least.
We’re here to quench your thirst by presenting an thrilling new column.
We’ve got 5 on it.
It’s one-and-done time for Mr. George Lazenby in one of the best Bond films.
American Gods surprises with “some of its best material” of the season so far.
Another episode that prioritizes plot over character and theme disappoints following the best of the sophomore season.
Tyler calls Episode 4 the best, most affecting, and most promising episode so far this season.