PLATONIC Review: With Friends Like These

Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne reunite with 'Neighbors' director Nicholas Stoller for a raunchy comedy series, now streaming on Apple TV+.

MAD HEIDI: Swiss Grindhouse Epic Heads to U.S. for One Night Only

We've been madly anticipating Mad Heidi ever since our own Todd Brown reported on the film's crowdfunding campaign in 2018. Trent Haaga (68 Kill, Cheap Thrills) joined the screenwriting team in 2020, as our own Andrew Mack reported at the...

DROPS OF GOD Review: Like Fine Wine, Gets Better As It Goes

Fleur Geffrier and Yamashita Tomohisa star in the swirling dramatic series, created by Quoc Dang Tran, now streaming on Apple TV+.

MOON GARDEN: Now Playing in Movie Theaters

Directed by Ryan Steven Harris, the film stars Augie Duke, Brionne Davis, and Haven Lee Harris.

WHITE MEN CAN'T JUMP Review: Neither Can This Movie

Sinqua Walls and Jack Harlow star in a limp remake, co-written and produced by Kenya Barris, directed by Calmatic, and debuting on Hulu.

DIM SUM: A LITTLE BIT OF HEART, Kurosawa's 4K DREAMS: Criterion in August 2023

Let's start with a little dim sum before night falls and dreams begin. In August 2023, The Criterion Collection will release Wayne Wang's Dim Sum: A Little Bit of Heart on Blu-ray and Akira Kurosawa's Dreams in 4K, which makes...

CITY ON FIRE Review: Popcorn, Good for the Soul

Jemima Kirke, Wyatt Oleff and Chase Sui Wonders star in the melodramatic Apple TV+ mystery series.

BLACKBERRY: Now Playing in Movie Theaters

Directed by Toronto's own Matt Johnson, the film stars Jay Baruchel, Glenn Howerton and Michael Ironside.

BRANDED TO KILL 4K Review: Exciting and Funny

Suzuki Seijun's 1967 masterpiece, starring Shishido Joe, got him fired from Nikkatsu. Now available from The Criterion Collection.

SILO Review: I Want to Go Outside

Rashida Jones, David Oyelowo, Rebecca Ferguson, Common and Tim Robbins star in the sci-fi series, created by Graham Yost, debuting on the Apple TV+ streaming service.

STAR WARS: VISIONS -- VOLUME 2 Review: World Animation Showcase

Shorts from Chile, France, Japan, India, Ireland, Spain, South Africa, South Korea, the U.K. and the U.S. debut on Disney Plus.

DANIELA FOREVER: Beatrice Grannò Joins Henry Golding in Nacho Vigalondo's Sci-Fi Romance

Beatrice Grannò, who exquisitely captured her character's journey in Mike White's The White Lotus, Season 2, will star opposite Henry Golding in a new film by Nacho Vigalondo, Daniela Forever. Per the official description: "Struggling to come to terms with...

GOD IS A BULLET Heads to US Theaters With Maika Monroe, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau

His ex-wife? Murdered. His daughter? Kidnapped by a dangerous cult. Yeah, it's been a bad day for detective Bob Hightower (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau). In God Is a Bullet, based on a novel by Boston Teran, which in turn was inspired by...

CITADEL Review: Sleek, Slick, Slack

Richard Madden, Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Lesley Manville and Stanley Tucci star in the action series from Joe and Anthony Russo, debuting on Prime Video.

INVITATION TO A MURDER Review: Cheerful Amateur Detective at Your Service

Mischa Barton plays a detective in the murder mystery, directed by Stephen Shimek.

FROM Review: Lost in Nova Scotia

Harold Perrineau and Catalina Sandino Moreno star in the mystery-horror series, created by John Griffin. The second season debuts on MGM+.

MRS. DAVIS Review: I Want a Divorce

Betty Gilpin and Jake McDorman star in a series created by Tara Hernandez and Damon Lindelof, debuting on Peacock TV.

DEAD RINGERS Review: Sister, Sister

Rachel Weisz and writer Alice Birch reimagine the David Cronenberg classic to very bloody, very twisted, and very successful effect.


July 2023 will sizzle no matter where you live, judging by what the Criterion Collection plans to release that month. Martin Scorsese's After Hours, Jean-Luc Godard's Breathless, and Carl Franklin's One False Move are all significant films that are getting...

CELL 8 Review: Death Penalty, Be Not Proud

Mimosa Willamo, Richard Lintern and Leonard Terfelt star in the tense and twisting Swedish mystery series, debuting in the U.S. and Canada on Viaplay.