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Now Streaming: THE VELVET UNDERGROUND, More Than Heroin

Director Todd Haynes pays tribute to the influential rock group in a documentary that is more than a music doc, now streaming on Apple TV+.

Now Streaming: I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER and ONE OF US IS LYING, YA Death and Suspicion

Director Sophia Takal bumps one series above the other.

Blu-ray Review: Criterion's Roll-out of MAN PUSH CART

Filmmaker Ramin Bahrani debuts with an NYC immigrant story, beautifully told.

Now Streaming: ACAPULCO, One Dream at a Time

Eugenio Derbez, Enrique Arrizon, Fernando Carsa, Camila Perez, and Damián Alcázar star in a bilingual comedy series, now streaming on Apple TV+.

Now Streaming: THE ATOMIC CAFE, Reflections and Reverberations

The sterling and sobering documentary is now streaming on KinoCult, a new free streaming service.

Review: MASS, Devastating, Searing and Timely

Ann Dowd, Jason Isaacs, Martha Plimpton, and Reed Birney star in a school-shooting drama, directed by Fran Kranz.

Genre Seeds: CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, Creepy and Submerged

Director Jack Arnold's underwater action picture, now streaming on The Criterion Channel, plays better than ever today.

New York 2021 Review: NEPTUNE FROST, Afrofuturist's Vision of Our Connected World

Cheryl Isheja, Bertrand Ninteretse, and Eliane Umuhire star in a spiritual, joyful lo-fi cousin of 'The Matrix' and 'Bacurau,' directed by Anisia Uzeyman and Saul Williams.The film's message might be the same here, but with more music and dancing. And it still manages to look like a badass cyberpunk film.

Review: NO TIME TO DIE, Daniel Craig Exits Stage Left

No Time To Die concludes Daniel Craig’s muscularly intense, emotionally dense interpretation of James Bond. That’s certainly a plus for Bond fans who’ve enjoyed this particular version of Bond, who receive an interlocked, series-spanning narrative rather than the standalone one-offs...

Review: MAYDAY, Stinging and Enthralling Emotive Power

Grace Van Patten, Mia Goth, Havana Rose Liu, Soko, Théodore Pellerin and Juliette Lewis star in a film written and directed by Karen Cinorre.

Genre Seeds: JEREMY, Love Comes to Town

Robby Benson and Glynnis O'Connor star in an enduringly sweet teen romance, shot doc-style on the mean streets of Manhattan.

Review: THE GUILTY, Modest, Mid-Level Fuqua-Gyllenhaal Collaboration

Jake Gyllenhaal stars in director Antoine Fuqua's remake of a Danish original, now in theaters and streaming soon on Netflix.

New York 2021 Review: Joel Coen's THE TRAGEDY OF MACBETH, Expectations Not Met

But there have been many famous screen adaptations of the Shakespeare's play before. The first question anyone would naturally ask is, is another adaptation of the famous Scottish play really necessary?

Now Streaming: GOLIATH Roars Back in Noir Style

Billy Bob Thornton, Nina Arianda, Jena Malone and Bruce Dern star in the series, now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

Review: FOUNDATION Reinterprets a Sci-Fi Classic for the Modern Day

Jared Harris, Lou Llobell, Leah Harvey and Lee Pace star in the series, created by David S. Goyer and Josh Friedman, which debuts Friday, September 24. on Apple TV+.

Review: DREAMING GRAND AVENUE, Comfortably Mixing Dreams and Reality

Jackson Rathbone and Andrea Londo star in an affecting fantasy-drama, directed and written by Hugh Schulze, and now on DVD.


Singular visions from Canada (via Broadway), Cambodia (via U.S.) and Algeria (via France) explore terrorism, immigration and a talking cat.

Now Streaming: THE MORNING SHOW, Where Breaking News Never Stops

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon star in the dramatic series, now streaming on Apple TV+.

PRISONERS OF THE GHOSTLAND Interview: Director Sion Sono Talks

In the days of classic Hollywood, directors worked like journeymen, often completing as many as two to three films a year. These days, a successful filmmaker would be lucky to get one made every three years. Yet somehow, for the...

Fantastic Fest 2021: BLACK FRIDAY, Holiday Horror Comes Early in First Look Photos

One of the most highly anticipated indie horror films of the year is Casey Tebo’s Black Friday. Ever since Deadline announced that principal shooting had begun in November 2020, genre fans have been awaiting the arrival of this holiday chiller....