The last Best Picture winner of the pre-millennium era is a dark look at suburbia.
The other side of the annual Motherboy Dinner Dance.
A giant stone warrior who protects a village in feudal Japan is this week's monster.
Terrence Malick's Austin, Texas music drama is finally revealed.
The third installment in the franchise is one lean creature feature.
The mystery thickens with new characters and big surprises. Let's rock!
It's The Last Picture Show for Jughead & Co.
The second episode does a 180 on everything we know about the new superhero series.
Riverdale tackles slut shaming in this powerful episode.
The pilot for Marvel and FX's new series is intriguing in more ways than one.
The mystery continues to unfold as a new suspect comes to light. Also, that's some damn fine coffee.
It's time to travel back to that small town, surrounded by douglas firs.
Another week, another great episode of Riverdale.
Matt takes a look at the Twin Peaks inspired Riverdale.
HBO's hot new young pope show has premiered.
Hey, we know some people who could do a lot better.
John Frankenheimer's paranoia thriller seems like a reality in today's political climate.
The Irish musical sensation is the underdog choice for Best Film.
Ten years later, Breach is as important as ever in this ever-duplicitous world.
This landmark doc is up for Best Film at the Talk Film Society Awards.
Hugh Jackman's final outing as Wolverine is one of the greatest comic book films ever.
An intriguing documentary focused around the street cats that roam Istanbul.
This female-directed horror anthology is underwhelming, despite having a lot of promise.
Maybe The Great Wall isn't so...great?
A 90-minute comedy that's funny, though not exactly memorable or unique.
Gore Verbinski returns to horror for the first time since The Ring with stellar results.
The steamy Fifty Shades sequel comes to the screen.