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Review: BLACK CHRISTMAS, Ass-Kicking Horror Heroines for a New Generation

I wish I could explain to people how exhausting it is sometimes to be a woman. To know how much we have to explain and justify our very existence. How everything we say or do is met with scepticism at...

Friday One Sheet: EYES WIDE SHUT @ 20

My favourite Christmas movie turned 20 this year. Stanley Kubrick's final film has taken almost as long to get its due in the popular culture, but I feel it has achieved consensus (more or less) for the final Kubrickian masterwork...

Review: JUMANJI: THE NEXT LEVEL, New Adventures Await Old Heroes In This Satisfying Sequel

Okay, you got me. I'm an easy mark for the crowd-pleasing antics of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. While the Jumanji franchise is very clearly an ensemble driven enterprise, it's Johnson who looms largest on screen, both figuratively and literally. It's...

FREE GUY Trailer: Is That a Glock in Ryan Reynolds' Pocket?

While he rules the internet this weekend trolling an exercise bike company and offering casual work clothing at discount prices, Ryan Reynolds is steadily preparing to stake a claim at the Summer Movie Crown with his part in Free Guy, an...

Review: THE AERONAUTS, Come Fly with Felicity and Eddie

Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne reunite for a high-flying adventure, directed by Tom Harper.

NO TIME TO DIE Trailer Features Faces Old and New

Daniel Craig is back in what is his presumably his last outing as the ageless British spy James Bond, and it looks like a lot of people are along for the ride. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga (Sin Nombre, True...

Now Streaming: A NASTY PIECE OF WORK Takes INTO THE DARK Home for a Comic Break

Julian Sands, Dustin Milligan, Angela Serafyan, Kyle Howard, Molly Hagen and Natalie Hall star in Hulu's horror series; Charles Hood directs.

BLACK WIDOW Teases Marvel Action For Women

The long-overdue Black Widow teases a return to family roots for Natasha Romanoff, as played by Scarlett Johansson. She's joined by Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz and David Harbour as 'family' members, with William Hurt as well. This teaser video is...

Blu-ray Review: ALL ABOUT EVE Shines

Back in 1950, famed Hollywood director Joseph L. Mankiewicz (The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, Dragonwyck, Suddenly, Last Summer) released the soon-to-be-classic tale of stardom and backstabbing, All About Eve. The film won a whopping six Academy Awards and garnered another 17...

Review: KNIVES OUT, Masterful Whodunit & Political Satire

Daniel Craig leads an all-star cast in Rian Johnson's love letter to Classic Mysteries

Los Cabos 2019 Dispatch: Festival Galas THE IRISHMAN and JOJO RABBIT

The eighth edition of the Los Cabos International Film Festival kicked off with the Latin American premiere of Martin Scorsese’s latest gangster masterpiece The Irishman. At the opening gala, the legendary Robert De Niro himself presented the film, though his...

SHUDDER in December: THE HEAD HUNTER, DEADLY GAMES And a Host of Craven Faves to Cap Off The Year

The Horror-day season continues into December as our friends at Shudder prepare to host a month of yuletide fear. In the gallery below you will find all the releases coming up in December in the U.S. Canada and the UK. ...

HEATHERS Interview: Michael Lehmann On The 30th Anniversary Of His Black Comedy And Why Donald Trump Ruined Satire

Life in high school can be rough, as social distinction is pretty much inevitable. In Heathers, the protagonist Veronica (one of Winona Ryder’s first roles) is trying to get along with the most powerful clique at her high school in...

Review: FROZEN II, Cold to the Touch Yet Still Irresistible

Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel and Josh Gad return for a hotly-anticipated sequel.

Streaming Soon: A NASTY PIECE OF WORK Trailer Teases a Dark Christmas

Holidays are a year-round affair here in the U.S., so the Into the Dark series of seasonal horror films can, potentially, keep going for years. In advance of Thanksgiving, we covered Pilgrim, which offered up a very bloody feast, so...

Los Cabos 2019 Interview: THE IRISHMAN Producer Gastón Pavlovich On Martin Scorsese's Great Goodbye To Mobster Cinema

In 2016, the legendary Italian-American filmmaker Martin Scorsese managed to release Silence, a highly personal project that took him more than 25 years to complete. It's no secret that the key producer in the culmination of this effort was Gastón...

Fest News: THE BANKER Pulled From World Premiere Slot at AFI Fest

Set to enjoy its world premiere at AFI Fest in Los Angeles tonight, The Banker has been pushed to the back of the line. Apple's first major feature film release, The Banker tells the real-life story of two African-American entrepreneurs...

ROBOCOP RETURNS From DOWN UNDER to LITTLE MONSTERS

Abe Forsyth will direct Robocop Returns, which makes me want to dance like Lupita Nyong'o. It's a natural progression for the Australian filmmaker, who made an impressive feature debut with his end-of-the-world comedy Down Under, as noted in my Fantastic...

Now Streaming: THE MANDALORIAN Kicks Off Another Disney STAR WARS Era

Pedro Pascal allegedly stars in Jon Favreau's new series; Dave Filoni directed the first episode.

Review: CHARLIE'S ANGELS, Refashioning What Action Means

Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska star in the action-adventure, directed by Elizabeth Banks.