Tried and true horror movies buffs may think they’ve seen it all. But even for the most jaded fan, I See You (2019) is worth watching.
As wealth inequality rises to an all time high, the 1987 science fiction-action film The Running Man is eerily prescient.
In Jumanji: The Next Level, an exciting adventure unfolds as the crew traverse a game filled with dangers in order to save their friend.
The Shawshank Redemption is more relevant than ever, and you learn from its characters; how they survive, grow, and break free from captivity.
When reading a scary story, such as Stephen King’s Gerald’s Game, it’s our own perceptions of fear that visualize the words on the page.
The first time I saw director Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove I was fifteen, and if we’re being completely honest, I couldn’t really understand why it was called a comedy.
In the Tall Grass is one of the more recent offerings to watch on Netflix. Has the streaming giant succeeded in transforming the Stephen King and Joe Hill novella from page to screen?
In the anime Kimi No Na Wa (Your Name, 2016), rural high school girl Mitsuha Miyamizu wakes up one day to find she has exchanged bodies with a Tokyo high school boy, Taki Tachibana.
I experienced South Korean auteur director Bong Joon-Ho’s Parasite without even a vague idea about its plot, genre, or its significance… and loved it.
Ad Astra (2019) throws three punches from the get-go. Three heavy swings, which pave the path for the film that follows.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood took more than 40 years to manifest, but legendary director Quentin Tarantino turned Tinseltown’s storied past, including its golden age and that age’s bloody end at the hands of Charles Manson, into a modern masterpiece.