A look back at Paul Thomas Anderson's "perfect" film, Boogie Nights.
Don't sleep on While You Were Sleeping as a holiday film.
PTA's debut film showcases his dazzling talent.
Yes, it's really that bad, but it's still something no Star Wars fan should miss.
Titanic, Dumbo, and Memento have also been included.
The trip back to Twin Peaks is well worth it, in this pristine, jam-packed set.
Some great choices, but the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's picks aren't perfect, as usual.
From Cronos to The Shape of Water, the director's films carry similar, beautiful themes.
Based on the killer John Christie's real-life crimes, this one's a cold, dark look into the act of murder.
Some of the year's best films hit your streaming services this week.
Hitchcock brings the laughs in this worthwhile outing.
Breaking down a new way of watching the entire saga.
Gamera returns to wreck some shit and fight Barugon, a lizard that shoots "a beautiful rainbow of annihilation" from his spine.
The latest MCU hit makes its way to Netflix, along with more streaming picks.
A late 80s Greatest Hits of Schlocky Action!
Eggsy, Reese, and Gru and some of your top picks in streaming this week.
Hitchcock impresses with his first 'Talkie'
A woman's journey to New York becomes a sexual awakening and a downward, orgy-filled, spiral.
The final three episodes add very little to the overall lackluster third season.
After an eventful previous episode, things downshift as we learn the fates of some fan-favorite characters.
The season continues to excite, as major developments occur in this week's episode.
After some frustration this season, the wait pays off in this week’s incredible episode.
Frustration sets in as this week's episode doesn't progress the plot enough.
What could have been a run-of-the-mill, flashback-heavy episode really stands out.
The new season begins with some intriguing ideas and shocking moves.
Before season three launches, let's take a look back.
"There is a depression after an answer is given…It was almost fun not knowing."
"Is it the story of the little girl who lived down the lane? Is it?"