Carlos López Estrada’s remarkable film Blindspotting feels like a phenomenon, but one jarring scene is sure to divide audiences.
Creepy, clever and caustic, Sebastian Hofmann’s deliciously dark comedy Time Share will get under your skin.
Easily one of the best films of 2017 (and one of the best sequels made, period), does the Blade Runner 2049 Blu-ray live up to expectations?
Mayhem is a fun, dark if slight horror flick, a dark comedy about the drudgery of office work and the catharsis of killing all of your co-workers.
Our in-depth, spoiler-free review is here, and The Last Jedi is everything this dork looks for in a Star Wars movie.
In Bruges director Martin McDonagh’s bleak and comedic drama Three Billboards strikes perfect note.
First Reformed could be Paul Schrader's finest work since Taxi Driver. Read our full review.
Brett Morgen explains how his documentaries (The Kids Stays in the Picture, Montage of Heck) are all adaptations, including his new Jane Goodall film, Jane.
Our Los Cabos International Film Festival 2017 review of Daniel Graham's Opus Zero.
We spoke with director Taika Waititi about making Thor a little more Australian and a lot more funny in Thor Ragnarok.
McDonagh’s bleak and comedic drama strikes perfect note.
TIFF 2017: Borg/ McEnroe Review.
TIFF 2017 Loveless review.
We speak with director Luc Besson about his new film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets!
Disney delivers two new Blu-rays today, we took a look at the new HD discs for Bambi and the live action Beauty and the Beast to see if they're "shelf-worthy".
"When the risk is gone it's no longer revolt", says director Thomas Vinterberg on the film movement he helped begin in the 90s. His latest film is his most autobiographical film to date, The Commune opens this week.
Jason Gorber chats with actor-turned-filmmaker Macon Blair (Blue Ruin, Green Room) about his Sundance hit I don’t feel at home in this world anymore.
Is John Wick: Chapter 2 as wickedly fun as the first iteration?