This week the Crypt is overflowing with Critters!
E3 2017 was wild and Marcus has the highlights!
A visually gorgeous film that tackles the harsh realities faced while being openly gay in 1930s Great Britain.
Dan takes a look at the new Severin Blu-ray.
Hitchcock's technical masterpiece was his first collaboration with James Stewart and one of the most experimental films he ever made.
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.
Ang Lee's romance film is one for the ages.
Paradise awaits in this Bay sci-fi spectacle.
Sofia Coppola and Kirsten Dunst's first feature together captures the tragedy of five sisters, isolated by their religious parents.
A crime comedy that's also one of Bay's best.
Bay’s rambunctiousness takes a shift with the arrival of 3D.
The fifth entry in the franchise both falls short and is exactly what you'd expect from Michael Bay.
The third entry in Pixar's franchise races around in circles, literally and metaphorically.
A feature length cliffhanger for a story not worth revisiting or investing in to begin with.
The new film by Trey Edward Shults is one of the best films of the year.
The world doesn't deserve this amazing movie.