The Rock 'n' Blunt connection.
With the help of Henry Goldling, Snake Eyes gets his own gritty origin story.
Life's a beach.
The conclusion to the Tales of Arcadia saga delivers heavy emotions and grand-scale action.
A slasher sequel that’s got puzzles but no smarts.
Not quite a slam dunk, but still a lot of fun.
Diners, Drive-Bys, and Dives.
Hot Purge Summer
Natasha Romanoff finally gets her solo movie.
The first entry in Netflix's new horror trilogy based on R.L. Stine's YA book series delivers.
A Wolf in Veep's Clothing
Is "The Morton Jankel Cut" any better than the 1993 theatrical version?
Fast & Furious is back with an absolutely bonkers new adventure.
Mark Wahlberg headlines an action-packed adventure about reincarnated warriors, but gets outshone.
A sequel that hopes to court Saw fans and mainstream audiences alike, Spiral: From the Book of Saw is likely to alienate them both.
Sweet Tooth: Season 1 Review
By Siddhant Adlakha
The entire first season of Sweet Tooth is currently available to stream worldwide on Netflix.
Everything you need to know to watch Loki, including its release date, release schedule, and what the heck the god of mischief is up to in Marvel's latest show on Disney+.
A defiant musical about what it means to belong, and what it means to be remembered. In the Heights is one of the most moving and joyful films this year.
With Netflix greenlighting an ambitious adaptation of DC's comic series The Sandman, we break down everything you need to know about this beloved fantasy saga.
Riders of Justice confidently subverts the revenge thriller genre by delivering an endearing dark comedy about outcasts finding each other.
The MCU is about to get a double dose of Hawkeye, but who is Hailee Steinfeld's Kate Bishop, and how is she connected to Clint Barton? Let's learn about the character's history before the Disney+ show.
One of SpongeBob SquarePants' best friends, Sandy Cheeks, is getting a spinoff movie.
Angelina Jolie struggles to breathe life into a low-flame Taylor Sheridan thriller that falls short of the strong writing needed to really crackle.
Amy Adams stars as an agoraphobic psychologist who thinks she sees a neighbor being murdered in a messy Hitchcock-influenced mystery.
Netflix’s latest supernatural thriller either took itself too seriously to remember or not seriously enough to matter.