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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.

an ax in The Sadness

‘The Sadness’ is Guaranteed to Leave Fans of Extreme Horror Smiling


You’re probably not prepared for this one, but you’ll want to dive in head first all the same.

Amazon Cinderella

What to Expect from Amazon’s ‘Cinderella’


This isn’t your classic fairytale.

Hugh Jackman in Reminiscence

‘Reminiscence’ is a Dull Reminder of Other, Better Films


But seriously, when are we getting a 4K release of ‘Strange Days’ anyway?

Ted Lasso Interview Invisible Performance

The Invisible Performers Who Craft ‘Ted Lasso’


We chat with editors A.J. Catoline and Melissa McCoy and casting director Theo Park about the myriad of unseen choices they make that help shape the vibe of the series.

American Honey Sasha Lane

Sasha Lane Takes the Wheel of Her Budding Career


The ‘American Honey’ star stays on the road to success, making moves to thrive in indie and mainstream spaces alike.

Thinking of Ending Things

The So-Bad-It’s-Good Editing of ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’


Rules are made to be broken.

The French Dispatch True Stories And Characters

What to Expect from Wes Anderson’s ‘The French Dispatch’


Grab your beret and your harpsichord: a new Wes Anderson film is hitting the theaters.