Salve film nerds. Are you watching Plebs? The filthy, funny, feel-good sitcom set in ancient Rome? You should be.
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Meat’s back on the menu with round two of Netflix's premiere cannibalistic suburban sitcom.
'The Thing' by way of 'Master and Commander' with a splash of 'Alien'? I’ll take ten.
With warmth and wish-fulfillment, Netflix’s Queer Eye tackles the transformative power of self-love and finding common ground.
Ava DuVernay’s take on the YA classic is morally resolute but folds under the weight of its own source material.
Now that Roger Deakins has broken his losing streak, here's a new Oscar injustice hill to die on.
The horror-comedy series comes out swinging with deadites, dad jokes, and a whole lot of fluids.
Homage is not a lesser form of filmmaking -- let alone a form of theft -- but a natural part of loving and making cinema.
Because the only thing worse than being plagued by ghosts is being told that the ghosts are all in your head.
With a lot of heart (and a lot of guts) Shudder’s talk show offers a loving look at all things genre.