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Abdul Mateen II in Candyman 2021

‘Candyman’ Delivers a Worthy Sequel to the Original Classic


Stylish direction, fantastic performances, and some memorable setpieces are the highlights.

What If Episode 3 Explained

‘What If…?’ Episode 3 Forces Us to Rethink Our Opinion of a Certain Marvel Hero


The Avengers Initiative implodes from within, and we can never look at on particular character the same way again.

Moonrise Kingdom Influences

Knowing Nods: Wes Anderson’s Approach to Cinematic Resonance


“I always wished I was an orphan. Most of my favorite characters are.”

Cat O Nine Tails

Dario Argento’s Second Giallo is Our Home Video Pick of the Week


Plus 13 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K UltraHD, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Doctor Strange No Way Home Push

Shot by Shot with the ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer


The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to explore the mirror universe horrors first suggested by ‘Loki’ and currently being explored by ‘What If…?’

The Last Picture Show

The Real Story Behind ‘The Last Picture Show’


A small town’s gossip inspired Peter Bogdanovich’s classic film.

Last Night In Soho

What to Expect from Edgar Wright’s ‘Last Night in Soho’


Have you ever wondered what a straight-up horror movie directed by Edgar Wright would look like?

Candyman 2021

The Cycles of Violence That Haunt Nia DaCosta’s ‘Candyman’


Candyman is more than a hook and a swarm of bees.

The Red Shoes Horror

Danse Macabre: How ‘The Red Shoes’ Introduced Ballet to Horror Cinema


Anyone else hear toes cracking or is it just us?

Shang Chi

‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ is Good, Actually


A fun flick with fantastic action and a franchise-best cameo? Yup.

Free Guy Reynolds

‘Free Guy’ Continues to Have the High Score at the Box Office


‘Paw Patrol’ is on a roll, but other new movies were largely ignored.

The Other Two Season 2

‘The Other Two’ is a Can’t-Miss Satire of Celebrity


In its second season, the under-watched but excellent satire makes the jump from Comedy Central to HBO Max and is even better there.