Caustic, hilarious, and wonderfully effective, Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade may drum up anxious feelings long buried, but it does so with a wit and intelligence that’s unbeatable.
Morgan Neville’s magnificent doc Won’t You Be My Neighbour? is a wonderful testimony to the legacy of Mr. Rogers and a perfect template for how to create a film of this nature.
An exercise in dramatic tension, character drama and creepy, cultish horror, Hereditary is a fascinating hybrid that nourishes our desires to be entertained, thrilled and emotionally impacted all at once.
First Reformed could be Paul Schrader's finest work since Taxi Driver. Read our full review.
The series finale of The Terror manages to make the loss of the Franklin Expedition palpable, heartwrenching and very real.
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is finally here, and we have one of the first reviews.
Deadpool 2 has jokes, but it doesn't have much affection for its characters.
Black Panther hits Blu-ray today so it's time to take another look at this cultural phenomenon and extras those who buy it will be rewarded with.
The superficial Solo: A Star Wars Story already feels like a footnote to the epic saga. Read our full review straight from Cannes.
We don't get many films like Lars Von Trier's The House That Jack Built, and while it may be insufferable to some, it's sure to be one of the more affecting and memorable films audiences are going to see for a long time.
Fresh meat is back on the menu as we bid farewell to many beloved characters on this week's episode of The Terror.
Spike Lee's Blackkklansman is an excoriating, unapologetic shot in the face to Trump's America and may well serve as one of the defining films of this era.
While it shares traits of his more recent work, The Image Book is the most fun to watch of any Jean-Luc Godard film for a very long time indeed.
Paul Dano makes his directorial debut with this 1960s-set film starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan. Read our Wildlife review and follow us for more coverage straight outta Cannes.
Fitzjames and Crozier bond, Hickey's evil nature is revealed, and an uninvited guest crashes a fog covered court martial on another fantastic episode of AMC's The Terror.
On the latest episode of The Terror, there’s a skeleton crew aboard ship, skeletal seamen sledging for rescue, and skeletons in Mr. Hickey’s closet.
The new God of War is an excellent reboot that still struggles to contextualize its violence.
Our friend Andrew Ivimey of From Superheroes offers up his spoiler-free review of Avengers: Infinity War in a brisk 60 seconds!