The Horror of Dolores Roach is a new bloody horror comedy on Prime Video, and Justina Machado stars as Dolores, an ex-convict working as a masseuse to make ends meet.
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To celebrate the launch of Ben Affleck’s film Air on Prime Video, Sneakertopia is hosting a very speicla pop-up at Stackt Market in Toronto.
True to the spirit of the film that inspired it, the limited series Dead Ringers captures much of what made David Cronenberg’s effort unnervingly memorable, while also forging its own rich and bloody path.
Davina Pardo and Leah Wolchok’s lightly nostalgic and uniquely uplifting documentary Judy Blume Forever gives one of the greatest young adult authors of all time their proper flowers.
Awash in cliches, highly predictable, but easily watchable, the limited series adaptation of Daisy Jones & the Six should please the novel’s legions of fans while offering few surprises for anyone else.
A suitable antidoted to the midwinter blahs, the action-comedy-romance Shotgun Wedding isn’t anything new, but it sure is a lot more fun than one might expect.
Don’t Make Me Go is a funny and touching dramedy about a father and daughter taking one last road trip together to reconnect, with the catch that she doesn’t know her father is facing a terminal illness.
It was supposed to be an epic night of parties. Instead, three friends are trying to do the right thing, without getting murdered or arrested in director Carey Williams’ captivating Emergency.
Hotel Transylvania: Transformania arrives exclusively on Prime Video this Friday, January 14th, and The GATE is thrilled to give away a special prize pack to get you ready for movie night.
Although it’s made with a considerable amount of visual and performative talent, the disappointing thriller I’m Your Woman is an empty, wheel spinning experience.