Movies

How ‘Interstellar’ Tests the Loneliness of Space

In Christopher Nolan's space epic, very few things transcend the barriers of time and space. But love sure is one…

‘Jojo Rabbit’ Review: A Hitler Comedy That’s More Safe Than Subversive

Taika Waititi’s latest is too cute to land a punch.

‘Hell House LLC III: Lake of Fire’ Review: Hell’s Final Days Are Its Least Interesting

Are you a fan of excessive exposition given by ghosts? Have I got a movie for you...

‘Spaceballs’ is a Prophetic Critique of Mass Consumption

Spaceballs is a lot more than a Star Wars parody. Mel Brooks's film is a critique of consumption, and how…

‘Young Ahmed’ Review: A Dark Look at Impressionable Adolescence

The Dardenne brothers latest film takes on a complicated young subject and clutching your chest.

Where to Watch the Movies of the 2019 Toronto Film Festival

Are you wondering where you can watch all of the most buzzed about movies? We have you covered.

What the Surprise ‘Jurassic World’ Short Could Mean for the Next Film

Humans are face to face with dinos in the real world in 'Battle at Big Rock.'

‘Knives Out’ Review: A Whodunit That’s Fun But Faulted

If nothing else, Rian Johnson's film is definitive proof that Daniel Craig has impeccable comedic talents.

‘Creepshow’ Review: The New Horror Series Stumbles Out of the Gate But Shows Promise

We're excited for Shudder's new 'Creepshow' series even if the first episode is a bit of a let down.

‘Guns Akimbo’ Review: A Sensory Overload that Fires Blanks

Despite an enticingly bananas premise, the follow up from ‘Deathgasm’ director Jason Lei Howden is something of a misfire.