Over the course of our more than 15-year existence, FSR has published thousands of reviews. We have reviewed movies from film festivals like Sundance, SXSW, TIFF, and Cannes. We review new theatrical and streaming releases. We even have two recurring columns — Previously On and Up Next — in which we review new and returning TV shows. And just as a fun fact, we used to give out letter grades with our reviews.

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‘No Way Up’ Serves Up Disaster Movie Thrills With Just Enough Bite

Pair it with 2022's 'Fall' for a fun double feature. Read More

‘In a Violent Nature’ Offers Deceptively Lackadaisical Thrills and Kills

Come for the shambling, highly motivated killer, stay for the year's best cinematic kill. Read More

A Fierce Performance Punches Up ‘Fargo’ Season 5

Five seasons in, one gets the sense that Noah Hawley’s Fargo is in danger of repeating itself. Read More

Todd Haynes’ ‘May December’ Twists the Knife to the Bone

In which Todd Haynes goes full Pedro Almodóvar and never looks back. Read More

‘Scott Pilgrim Takes Off’ Is a Winning Remix With Surprises Up Its Sleeve

A familiar voice cast returns for this bold, heartfelt, self-referential new take on a much-loved story. Read More

‘Silent Night’ and John Woo Know That Bullets Speak Louder Than Words

Only the living care about the cost of revenge. Read More

‘The Crown’ Says Goodbye To Princess Diana With A Problematic, Captivating Final Season

Elizabeth Debicki and Imelda Staunton return in the final season of Netflix’s once-adored, recently iffy historical drama. Read More

‘The Curse’ Is An Insufferable, Overlong Genre-Bender

Nathan Fielder, Emma Stone, and Benny Safdie can’t save this exhausting new satire, which is now on Showtime. Read More

‘Thanksgiving’ Sees Eli Roth Cook Up a Fun and Thrilling Holiday Slasher

Leftovers may be scarce, but you'll definitely be returning to this one year after year. Read More

‘The Marvels’ Succeeds By Adding Fun and Cutting the MCU Bloat

The 33rd movie in the MCU is also the shortest, and that's progress. Read More