SXSW

‘The Curse of La Llorona’ Review: Someone Saw ‘The Conjuring’ But Forgot to Take Notes

Turns out the real curse were the generic and bland scares we met along the way.

‘Fast Color’ Review: A Superhero Movie for a Broken World

With 'Fast Color,' Julia Hart encourages women everywhere to create a better world from the broken remains of this one.

‘Snatchers’ Review: Say Hello to Your Morning Laughter Pill

Filmmakers Stephen Cedars and Benji Kleiman deliver a hilarious and gory romp that will leave you smiling.

Richard Bates Jr. Says We’re All Targets in ‘Tone-Deaf’

We talk with the writer/director about his latest horror film and why we're all culpable for the world we've inherited.

‘Pet Sematary’ Review: Sometimes, The Original Is Better

The lead performances are greatly improved, but the horror of it all leaves a lot to be desired.

Hulu’s ‘Shrill’ Brings Bold Storytelling and Body Positivity to the Screen

Hulu's new show is a beautiful and honest portrayal of body positivity in the age of the millennial dramedy.

‘Good Boys’ Review: Who Knew R-Rated Comedy Could Be So Adorable

The SXSW headliner brings cuteness to an R-rated world.

‘The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley’ Review: Alex Gibney Shows Us the Rotten Side of Innovation

Alex Gibney's latest documentary considers the Silicon Valley mindset through the case of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes. Our review.