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Beasts Of No Nation

A Netflix Original Comes to Criterion as Our Home Video Pick of the Week


Plus 10 more new releases to watch at home this week on 4K, Blu-ray, and DVD!

Bordertown Paul Muni

The Contradictory Mexican-American Representation of ‘Bordertown’


The 1935 film relies on stereotypes but inadvertently shows the debilitating barriers that racism puts on Mexican immigrants.

Carrie Coon The Leftovers

The Fierce, Fearless Love of Carrie Coon


We tip our hat to the queen of prestige TV. But beyond ‘The Leftovers,’ ‘Fargo,’ and ‘The Sinner,’ gripping big-screen projects await.

Horror Streaming Guide September

All the Horror You Need to Stream in September 2021


God-worshipping death cults, snake women, and co-dependent rat-whisperers, oh my!

Netflix Guide September

What’s New to Stream on Netflix for September 2021


New original films starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Logan Marshall-Green, Melissa McCarthy, and more!

Maggie Q In The Protege

Maggie Q on Her Sexual Chemistry with Michael Keaton in ‘The Protégé’


Just two months after major back surgery, Maggie Q was ready to get back in action for Martin Campbell’s latest.

My Brilliant Career Australian New Wave

The Beginner’s Guide to the Australian New Wave


From ‘Wake in Firght’ and beyond, mate.

Abdul Mateen II in Candyman 2021

The Sweet Box Office Success of ‘Candyman’


Nia DaCosta became the first black woman director with the #1 movie in America.