It's the end of our Summer Camp series and, before we go, we're sharing what we've learned with the parents.
One of the best of the year deals with race and culture like few films do.
A film is defined by its director's control, a fact Wes Anderson makes clear in his 2014 film.
Marlon Brando's powerhouse performance is a textbook example of acting at its best.
Paul Thomas Anderson's classic perfectly transports you to Southern California in the '70s and '80s.
Sound plays the most important role in this effective horror film that relies on language.
Guillermo del Toro's gothic horror romance makes perfect use of its costume department.
Creed's script is a traditional yet compelling example of how to get screenwriting right.
The only legendary Scottish hero movie from 1995 that's worth a damn.
This classic film features a masterful performance from Marcello Mastroianni, "playing a director who finds himself in the midst of a creative crisis."
Nacho Vigalondo's monster flick, Dario Argento's stylized horror classic, and more all hit video-on-demand this week.
George Romero and Dario Argento pay homage to Edgar Allen Poe with two modern retellings of his classic work.
Richard Linklater's acclaimed trilogy might be the most perfect example of his obsession with time.
It's not The Blob but Caltiki packs a punch!
Another Criterion Collection sale means it's time for the TFS staff to pick more must-own releases.
An insane twin and a dingy motel fill this week's Crypt.
The Master of Suspense shocks with his own version of a "monster movie" in The Birds.
Aaron Hendrix admits that he was wrong about Chinatown and re-evaluates the film's subversion of classic film noir tropes.
After last week's especially dark episode, things pick up as the fire ignites in several storylines.
There are vital rays of hope, along with an important message, in this week's especially violent episode.
After the earth-shattering Part 8, the threads start coming together in Part 9, even as more questions pop up.
No Twin Peaks this week doesn't mean we can't talk about Twin Peaks and the importance of waiting.
Showtime really let David Lynch go for it, didn't they?
American Gods ends its first season with little resolution, but certainly adds more fuel for the fire.
Act Two of the new season looks to be well underway in an episode filled with revelations.
American Gods takes a detour with the tale of Essie and the leprechauns.
This week's episode is a rollercoaster of emotions, with the biggest reveal of the season, so far.
This week, American Gods ramps the social commentary up to a whole other level, seething with contempt.