Love her or hate her, there's no forgetting badass Mimi.
As John Huston's directorial debut turns 80 years old, his son speaks to its lasting legacy in film history.
The sillier this series becomes, the darker the reality appears.
Here's a video essay the breaks down why the genre-defying softness of 'First Cow' permeates its edit.
"Another terrible in-joke coming up I'm afraid, but I couldn't resist it."
Remember the orange and teal plague of the 2010s? Good times.
Plus 11 more new releases to watch at home this week on Blu-ray/DVD!
If you can stomach the premise and ignore the outside controversies, what you'll find here is a highly satisfying little action movie.
Here's a video essay on why the pride and despair of Paul Schrader's film defines the latent darkness of the 2010s.
Baby. Yeah, Baby.
Lupin III is one of the first icons of manga and anime history. A new film that takes the character into 3D animation for the first time lives up to all the expectations that come with that legacy.
In the alt-comedy duo's foray into the world of feature filmmaking, the absurdity of American capitalism is a deadly part of our reality.
Everything in 'Days of Heaven' was accomplished in-camera. And yes that includes the locusts.
Turns out understanding how they designed the screams of the Nazgûl only makes them creepier.
We investigate the first two episodes to uncover their dark connections to comic books and the early phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
When the disturbing first season made us feel bad, it was the sign of a job well done. The second season of the M. Night Shyamalan-produced series, unfortunately, just feels bad because it is bad.