The world is an ugly place, even when filmed this attractively.
Think 'Macbeth' by way of 'The Raid 2' and you'll know what to expect here.
The Netflix original is barely consistent with itself, much less the novel it's based on.
Alien creatures, milky androids, and big questions abound in a sci-fi epic about how humanity is inevitably doomed.
Calling it McGarbage feels too easy.
Regina King shines with her feature directorial debut, which we review via the 2020 Toronto International Film Festival.
Horror films dealing with race can be powerful reflections of our nation's past and present, or they can be 'Antebellum.'
Never trust a man with a mustache and a homemade arm sling.
A stylish home invasion thriller that forgoes suspense in favor of non-stop action? Yes please.
Who needs songs when you have action, heart, and character drama?