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

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

Review: CHARLIE'S ANGELS, Refashioning What Action Means

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

Blu-ray Review: Stalking Takes the Stage in THE FAN

Out in 1981, The Fan was commericial director's Ed Bianchi's first film. Funny enough, it feels like a TV movie for the most part, which I suppose is fitting because he went on to work mainly in television on shows like Boardwalk...

Blu-ray Review: Experience the Greatest Gooey Mess Ever in THE BLOB

Hey, it's Halloween! That means for most of us, it's a spooky or scary day to watch a creepy movie and enjoy the holiday. Some of watch films of this ilk all October or even season. And for a smaller...

Now Streaming: INTO THE DARK: PILGRIM, Let's All Be Grateful, Or Else

Reign Edwards stars; Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton rain down Thanksgiving terror in a holiday horror piece of candy.

Review: THE IRISHMAN Feels the Heavy Weight of Mortality

Martin Scorsese's epic gangster saga, starring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Al Pacino, Ray Romano, Harvey Keitel, and Anna Paquin, falls short of his masterpieces 'Goodfellas' and 'Casino,' but is still well-made and magnificently acted.

Review: HARRIET, If You Won't Let My People Go, I'll Free Them Myself

Cynthia Erivo stars as the spiritually-minded Harriet Tubman in the historical drama, directed by Kasi Lemmons.

Now Streaming: CASTLE ROCK Gets Straight to the Bloody Point

Lizzy Caplan, Elsie Fisher and Tim Robbins star in Season 2 of the Hulu series, based on characters and settings by Stephen King.

Now Streaming: JACK RYAN S2 Serves Up More Action Meat and Political Potatoes

John Krasinski and Wendell Pierce star in an old-school series on Amazon Prime Video.

Review: THE ADDAMS FAMILY Seeks a New Home in a New Age

The animated film features the voices of Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, Chloƫ Grace Moretz, Finn Wolfhard, Nick Kroll, with Bette Midler and Allison Janney; Conrad Vernon and Greg Tiernan directed.

Review: GEMINI MAN, Perfectly Good 90s Action Flick Gets Lost in the Modern Day

Will Smith, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Benedict Wong and Clive Owen; Ang Lee directed.

Now Streaming: MODERN LOVE Invites Melancholy, Welcomes Sentimentality

John Carney ('Sing Street') developed the romantic anthology series from a New York Times column.

Blu-ray Review: POLYESTER Stinks of Glory

Intro to Oderama Close those noses and thank sweet Blu-ray Jesus, Polyester - John Waters’ smellodramatic Sirkian assault on the suburbs - has arrived in 4K in all its technicolor glory to stink up your personal Criterion collections. I’m not...

Kino Lorber Blu-ray Roundup: 4D MAN, DINOSAURS, THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS and More

Topping my most anticipated home entertainment releases of the year were several titles from Kino Films, most making their long-overdue Blu-ray debut and getting dynamite special features. The following all come highly recommended for those who like weird little movies...

New York 2019 Review: THE IRISHMAN, Martin Scorsese's Epic Return to the Gangster Movie Genre

Martin Scorsese's epic gangster saga, starring Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Al Pacino, Ray Romano, Harvey Keitel, and Anna Paquin, falls short of his masterpieces 'Goodfellas' and Casino,' but is still well-made and magnificently acted.

Now Streaming: GOLIATH S3 Finds Gold in a Dry Valley

Billy Bob Thornton returns as a dogged attorney who takes on Dennis Quaid and more menacing rich people.

CREEPSHOW Review: Terrific And Traditional Start to New Anthology Horror Series on Shudder

Creepshow— A Shudder Original Series premieres this Thursday, September 26th. We got our gnarled hands on the first episode and can say that the horror anthology series is off to a very promising start.    It is inevitable that comparisons...

PENDING Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: TAMMY AND THE T-REX, A True Lost Gem

So-bad-it's good-cinema has its champions, but there's little doubt that living in a world over-full of Sharknados and Clownados makes the average film fan a bit skeptical of how fun any such movie will be these days. This is especially...

Fantastic Fest 2019 Review: JOJO RABBIT, Taika Waititi's Absurdist Ode To Growing Up In Trying Times

Ten-year-old German boy Jojo Betzler (Roman Griffin Davis) wants nothing more than to join the Hitler youth and help to rid the fatherland of the Jew menace. By his side is his best friend, Hitler (Taika Waititi), or rather his...

Review: AD ASTRA A Feast Of Light, Sound, And Empathy In Outer Space

In the not too distant future the Earth is in dire straits. Massive pulses of energy originating from the edge of the galaxy have begun to put Earth's survivability in question, and the only person who can possibly do something...