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.
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.
Our series on the films of ‘39 continues with a look at an under-discussed classic featuring one of Bette Davis’ best roles.
For our Films of 1939 retrospective, Sarah Jane takes a look back at The Women.
No matter how bad a year you may have had, the movies always come through.
Will Forte co-stars in this extra zany paranormal comedy.
Two fascinating lead performances help put a spark in this indie debut film.
A look into the artistry will make you rethink any negative notions you may have about creative dog grooming
The performances up front can’t help the muddled moral core at the center.
So, it's come to this: a TFS podcast clip show.
Don’t be a wee lass; listen to this pot of podcasting gold.
Is Henry’s Crime a crime against Keanu’s filmography? Listen to find out!
Goose! Goose! Goose! Goose! Goose! Goose!
In which the 1977 Best Picture winner is discussed.
In which our heroes wonder if they should’ve seen another Scorpion King sequel instead.
It’s one-and-done time for Mr. George Lazenby in one of the best Bond films.
The first detour of For Fresh Eyes Only leads to a dead end.
Neil Jordan’s female focused vampire drama starring Saoirse Ronan is definitely worth seeking out.
In the mood for a gothic slowburner set in a girls private school?
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 series and its characters search for purpose in this equally promising and worrying episode.
Does the supernatural drama manage to maintain its quality after the loss of its creators? Tyler is here to find out.
It’s when this ambitious and visually stunning miniseries goes small that it impresses most.