‘Dark Was the Night’ Is a Nifty Little Creature Feature

Kevin Durand and Lukas Haas versus a monster in the woods? Sure, why not. Read More

‘The Devil All the Time’ Sees Only Wolves and Sheep Among Us

The world is an ugly place, even when filmed this attractively. Read More

The Ending of ‘Antebellum’ Explained

We can explain what happens in 'Antebellum.' Why anyone thought this movie should be made, though, is a mystery for… Read More

What Critics Said About ‘Batman Forever’

'Batman Forever' was written off by many as too campy at the time of its release, but is it actually… Read More

Every James Bond Opening Title Sequence, Ranked

Maurice Binder said it best: "Girls, guns, smoke, and steam." Read More

The Brutal Story Behind the Re-Casting of Gunnery Sergeant Hartman

Tim Colceri losing the role of the foul-mouthed Gunnery Sergeant classifies him as one of the most tortured Kubrick actors… Read More

A Color Theory Reading of Jane Campion’s ‘In the Cut’

For Jane Campion, idyllic romance is a bloody “trap.” Read More

The New Comic Book Series ‘Fire Power’ Already Demands Adaptation

We dig into the new comic from Robert Kirkman and Chris Samnee to uncover how a simultaneous film and TV… Read More

The Real Story Behind ‘The Trial of the Chicago 7’

Let's take a look at the true story that inspired Aaron Sorkin's Netflix drama. Read More