Nathan Silver's latest film is nothing short of magnificent.
The best installment of the comedic travelogue series yet.
ESPN's 30 for 30 does it again with an engrossing look at the key figures behind the 1987 NFL Strike.
A misfire of a good premise, that wastes a great cast led by Emma Watson and Tom Hanks.
Pat Healy's directorial debut is a small-scale comedic thriller that works to great effect.
The Brits get their very own giant monster mayhem.
Underseen Criterion releases from Preston Sturges, Ingmar Bergman, and Powell and Pressburger are highlighted.
Some of this week's streaming highlights include The Warriors, The Prestige, and Antichrist
Rockie's back with his latest batch of choice selections!
Matthew Vaughn returns to direct the sequel to the 2014 hit; new and old friends are revealed in the trailer.
The second episode of this season builds upon the madness of the premiere.
The third season of the critically acclaimed FX series kicks off with a bang.
Murder, fires, and intrigue, all on the season one finale of Twin Peaks!
That WAS our Waldo!
The pieces fall into place as Cooper's dreams lead him to a red-draped cabin.
The TFS Staff remembers the great Jonathan Demme.
Fincher making a sequel to a big budget horror movie? What could possibly go wrong?
The connections between Unbreakable and Split, and what we're possibly in store for in Glass.
This above all: to thine own listing of Shakespeare film adaptations be true.
Ben Wheatley's latest is a feature-length shootout that becomes more tedious than tense over time.
The series takes a huge step back in the latest entry, according to Tyler.
A personal look into the famed auteur's life, one surprisingly not focused towards his filmmaking.
Jaime reviews the mega-hit anime film from Japan that finally opens in North America today.
A gripping, intense Holocaust narrative led by a magnetic performance from Jessica Chastain.