"What if every Hollywood action star were in one movie?" is the eternal question. 'Dinosaur Hunters,' the first feature-length mashup, is the answer.
Garth Ennis is the reason you love 'The Boys.' Here is a list of his other comic books designed to stir your passions and blood lust.
Michelle Latimer's Trickster is here to indigenize your television.
Roseanne Liang's film spins a thoughtful feminist narrative...almost.
The characters and events in the fourth season are fictitious, but they're informed by a fascinating period in American history.
One of the worst films of all time? We think not! For the film's 25th anniversary, here's our re-appraisal of 'Showgirls'.
Here's a look at how filmmakers weaponize camera apertures and what makes them such an essential storytelling tool.
"All my movies are comedies in one way or another."
Released 25 years ago, David Fincher's film is a crushing look at just how meaningless life can be.
One of Christopher Nolan's trademark techniques is the crosscut. Here's a look at why, via 'The Dark Knight,' 'Inception,' and 'Interstellar.'
J Blakeson's film pits con artists against the mob, prompting us to reconsider our associations with the word "crime."
Stephen McHattie and Kurt Russell are out to learn the truth about the universe in this TV movie from 1975.
Steve McQueen revitalizes what we all miss about house parties and depicts an experience unique to the vibrant West Indian community in London circa 1980.
Kevin Durand and Lukas Haas versus a monster in the woods? Sure, why not.
The world is an ugly place, even when filmed this attractively.
We look back at 'X-Men: The Animated Series' and celebrate its audacity.