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Review: HAPPY DEATH DAY 2U Cheerfully Subverts Mainstream Expectations

Jessica Rothe returns, as director Christopher Landon masterminds a sequel filled with clever riffs on familiar themes.

LOVE DEATH + ROBOTS: NSFW Trailer For Animated Anthology For Adults From David Fincher And Tim Miller

Sentient Dairy Products, Rogue Werewolf Soldiers, Robots Gone Wild, Sexy Cyborgs, Alien Spiders And Blood-thirsty Demons From Hell Converge In An 185-minute Genre Orgy Of Stories Not Suitable For The Mainstream…   This is something for the grown ups in...

New CHILD'S PLAY: First Teaser

We heard about a new entry in the venerable Child's Play series of horror films last year. Our own Andrew Mack noted the news. Now the first trailer has been released and, yes, it looks like a Chucky movie, even...

Review: HIGH FLYING BIRD, A Sly Side-Eye at Modern Sports Slavery

Andre Holland, Zazie Beetz, Melvin Gregg, Bill Duke and Kyle MacLachlan star in Steven Soderbergh's drama, which digs far deeper than expected.

Review: MISS BALA, Crime Thriller with Next Generation Latinx Herione

Gina Rodriguez stars as a woman who journeys from brave bystander to kick-ass heroine; Catherine Hardwicke directs.

HANNA Trailer: Amazon Series Debuts This Weekend

Amazon Studios have released the first teaser trailer for their new series Hanna, based on the 2011 assassin thriller of the same name directed by Joe Wright. The streaming studio has also confirmed that the premier episode will debut following...

Notes on Streaming: I AM THE NIGHT Goes Retro LA for a Classic Mystery

Plus: Star Trek: Discovery returns, A Discovery of Witches takes flight.

JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 3 - PARABELLUM Trailer, And Away we go!

Here is the trailer for the third John Wick film, Chapter 3 - Parbellum. It is everything you hoped for. And more.      Let's not dilly dally about. Enjoy! Then come back and tell us what your favorite part...

Review: GLASS, Shattered and Otherwise

James McAvoy, Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson star in M. Night Shyamalan's would-be dramatic conclusion to a comic-book movie trilogy.

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Trailer Takes Peter Parker's Superhero Game on The Road

The next Spider-Man film Far From Home swings into cinemas on July 5th and the first trailer just arrived. It looks to be the right mix of action, spectacle and humor that made Homecoming such a hit.    Speaking of...

Notes on Streaming: TRUE DETECTIVE, Jeremy Saulnier Launches Season 3

Jeremy Saulnier directed the first two episodes of the new season on HBO, which immediately makes the series more interesting for me.

VELVET BUZZSAW Trailer: Art Eats the Beholder in Dan Gilroy's Latest

Velvet Buzzsaw looks insane. It's a supernatural horror film centered around the cutthroat world of art collecting, buying and selling, where the art literally starts eating its critics and greedy sellers. I'm so in! The film stars Jake Gyllenhaal and...

THE PUNISHER: Frank Does What Frank Does Best in Season Two Trailer

Season two of Marvel's The Punisher will arrive on Netflix soon and the trailer just arrived. Check it out!    First of all, using Alice in Chains' song Would? 'Into the flood again, same old trip it was back then...'. Give...

Notes on Streaming: NEW YEAR, NEW YOU, Plus POOKA and More Intriguing Shows

Also: DOGS OF BERLIN, DIABLERO, TIDELANDS, DERRY GIRLS, 3BELOW, WATERSHIP DOWN.

Holiday Gift Guide 2018, Part 3: Bergman on Criterion and More Box Sets

We are super proud to present the Criterion Collection's Ingmar Bergman's Cinema box set. Not only is it easily the box set of the year, collecting 39 films on 30 gorgeously packaged Blu-rays complete with huge book, but Mike and...

Review: IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK, The Cost of Love

Perhaps it is true what is said, that the world looks different when you’re in love. Colours are fuller and brighter; even a dingy basement apartment can seem like a palace; and you have all the hope that, no matter...

Review: MORTAL ENGINES, Crawling Through the Wreckage

Lumbering rather than rolling, Mortal Engines allows plenty of time to become distracted by bountiful, finely-detailed, sprawling scenery as it crawls through the wreckage of Earth, thousands of years after the planet was torn apart by war. There's not much...

Review: ONCE UPON A DEADPOOL, Nothing New Under The Sun, But Still A Pinch Of Naughty-ish Fun

Today marks the cinema release of David Leitch's Once Upon a Deadpool, a PG-13 re-edit of the very R-rated Deadpool 2 from this past May. While it seems like an odd choice, there are actually a few compelling reasons to put this back...

Review: AQUAMAN, Throwing Caution to the Sea, and Back Again

Get ready to get wet, for good reason.

Trailer: The Earth Trembles, The Titans Rise In GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS

It sure looks like director Michael Dougherty isn't messing around with the new trailer for Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the long awaited follow-up to 2014's American series reboot. Due in theaters this coming summer, Godzilla: King of the Monsters...