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Nope Explained Ending

The Ending of ‘Nope’ Explained


At its core, Jordan Peele’s latest horror film is a shrewd commentary on Hollywood exploitation.

Aliens Abducted My Parents And Now I Feel Kinda Left Out Sundance

‘Aliens Abducted My Parents and Now I Feel Kinda Left Out’ Is A Lot of Title and Tones


We chat with Will Forte, Elizabeth Mitchell, and Jake Van Wagoner about the new Sundance indie and why tonal balance only works when collaboration is total.

Streaming Horror February 2023

All the Horror You Need to Stream in February 2023


Here’s our monthly rundown of all the horror flicks dropping and departing from your favorite streaming services in February 2023.

True Blood Confederate Vampire Bill

The Curious Case of the Confederate Vampire Trope


Them good old boys were drinking whiskey and A+ blood bags.

Jeffrey Combs Edgar Allan Poe

Remember When Jeffrey Combs Played Edgar Allan Poe?


We look back at one of Combs’ most underrated performances bringing the master of the macabre to life.

Marvel Planet Of The Apes Comics

Marvel Comics Puts Their Stinkin’ Paws on ‘Planet of the Apes’


Wolverine vs. the Planet of the Apes? Don’t place your bets quite yet. We’re still some time before that match-up.

New On Amazon Prime February 2023

What’s New to Stream on Prime for February 2023


In a world of brand new films, series, and specials, our pick of the month is a movie from 1969.

House Of The Dragon Dark

Movies Are Getting Darker, And Digital Is To Blame (Kind of)


Hey! Who turned out the lights?

New On Netflix February 2023

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for February 2023


Werewolves, ghosts, and bad boys are all new for February!

80 For Brady Review

’80 for Brady’ is Worse Than You Think


Four legends gather to worship Tom Brady, for some reason.

Emancipation Robert Richardson Cinematography

Robert Richardson Embraced His Fears While Shooting ‘Emancipation’


We chat with the legendary cinematographer about finding a unique, almost black-and-white image for Antoine Fuqua’s new film. Why did it scare the hell out of him?

Magazine Dreams Sundance

‘Magazine Dreams’ is an Enigmatic and Dark Star Vehicle for an Incendiary Jonathan Majors


Elijah Bynum’s Sundance breakout ‘Magazine Dreams’ laser-focuses on star Jonathan Majors, whose incel bodybuilder character is cracking at the seams.