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Chattanooga 2023 Review: THE LAST MOVIE EVER MADE Delights in Filmmaking, Wallows in Drama

Nathan Blackwell wrote and directed the indie film.

Evolution of the Final Girl in Horror

The world, like people, in all variety of genders, does not change much at all - but the films do. As does the understanding of the power and strategic purpose of women's underwear.

Chattanooga 2023 Review: BRUTAL SEASON Brilliantly Melds Theater and Cinema

Gavin Fields wrote and directed the intense drama, starring Colleen Madden and Houston Settle.

Now Streaming: THE BEAR Roars Again

Jeremy Allen White, Ayo Edebiri and Ebon Moss-Bachrach star in the second season of the series, created by Christopher Storer, and now streaming on Hulu in the U.S.

Now Streaming: I'M A VIRGO Shakes Things Up

Boots Riley's new show, now streaming on Prime Video worldwide, is a true marvel.

Tribeca 2023 Review: BLOOD FOR DUST, Fueled by Desperation

Scoot McNairy, Kit Harington, and Josh Lucas star in a moody crime thriller, directed by Rod Blackhurst.

SAM NOW Review: Objectively Simple, Yet Emotionally Gut-Wrenching

What does somebody do when your mom decides to leave? It's simple. You track her down. At least, that's what Sam Harkness did with the help of his half-brother Reed, as the two young boys, now men, embarked on a...

JAGGED MIND Review: Welcome to a World of Hurt

Maisie Richardson-Sellers and Shannon Woodward star in a psychological thriller, directed by Kelley Kali, now streaming on Hulu.

ELEMENTAL Review: Kind and Gentle Immigrant Story

Leah Lewis and Mamoudou Athie star in a new Pixar film, directed by Peter Sohn.

SECRET INVASION Review: Psst! Humanity Is Threatened (Again)

Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn and Emilia Clarke star in the Marvel series, debuting on Disney Plus.

Now Streaming: LAST FLIGHT HOME, Bold, Captivating, Heart-Wrenching

In this epic, yet sad tale of death and life, director Ondi Timoner profiles the last days of her father Eli with meticulous respect and caring for her now-deceased father and family. The story goes into explicit detail about Timoner...

Tribeca 2023 Review: SUITABLE FLESH, Body Swapping Lovecraft With A Super Sexy Twist

H.P. Lovecraft makes his way back to the silver screen in what is perhaps the sexiest of all adaptations of his work, director Joe Lynch's Suitable Flesh. Those of us raised on Stuart Gordon's Lovecraft adaptations of the 80s and...

BASED ON A TRUE STORY Review: Dark Comedy Barks, Sometimes Bites

Kaley Cuoco, Chris Messina and Tom Bateman star in the dark comedy series, debuting on Peacock TV.

Cannes 2023 Review: ASTEROID CITY, Powerful Play of Imagination

Wes Anderson's new film.

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+.

THE WRATH OF BECKY Review: Teenage Girl Versus Upscale White Supremacists

Lulu Wilson and Seann William Scott star in a brutal thriller, directed by Matt Angel and Suzanne Coote.

Cannes 2023 Review: OCCUPIED CITY, Tales From WWII-Era Amsterdam

Steve McQueen directs a 4.5 hour Holocaust documentary.

THE THIEF COLLECTOR Review: Engaging Real-World Art-Heist Doc

Allison Otto directed the documentary.

MASTER GARDENER Review: A Kind of Staid Pastiche

Director Paul Schrader's new film stars Joel Edgerton, Sigourney Weaver and Quintessa Swindell.

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.