Writer-director Sam Esmail has certainly studied the apocalyptic thriller handbook for his latest effort, Leave the World Behind, adapted from the novel of the same name by Rumaan Alam.
A pointed look to the past to better understand the present, filmmaker Roger Ross Williams’ Stamped from the Beginning is a tremendous work of scholarship and education.
Director Todd Haynes’ latest film, May December, is a provocative, engrossing, and unnerving avalanche of mixed feelings.
Bolstered by an outstanding, memorable leading performance from Colman Domingo, the biopic Rustin gives a prominent civil rights activist their proper due
All the Light We Cannot See, a big budget, limited series adaptation of Anthony Doerr’s bestselling novel, is a maudlin, relentless tearing at the heartstrings delivered with maximum bombast.
The Killer is a gleefully nasty, amoral, and wildly entertaining thriller that only a true filmmaking master like director David Fincher could provide.
Although it doesn’t always pay off in ways one hopes, the darkly comedic Pain Hustlers pairs a tried and true formula to a specific, real life horror that hasn’t been …
Nyad is an inspirational and empowering sports drama that balances traditional (but well done) crowd pleaser tropes with a healthy dose of edge and realness.
A basic and not altogether engrossing oral history of a possible pair of demonic possessions, The Devil on Trial has a somewhat misleading title.
Filmmaker Mike Flanagan’s latest Netflix series, The Fall of the House of Usher, is a deliriously gory and ghoulish seasonal offering that adeptly straddles the line between the silly and …