Rick and Jenna make a deal they might come to regret as Miguel’s search for Penelope intensifies.
A look back at the director’s best work.
Purge Night kicks off with some revelations about Jane’s past and some complications for Miguel.
Chance the Rapper makes his acting debut as a werewolf in Slice. But what kind? The movie’s characters keep asking the question. We tried to answer.
The Coens deserve credit for predicting the future, but they deserve even more for turning the absurdity of their present into such brilliant comedy.
We look at the ups of an up-and-down career that capture what made Reynolds such a singular presence.
The dystopian horror series moves to the small screen with a premiere episode following a handful of characters trying to make it through the night.
Demme stays true to a cartoonish premise while also crafting a story of a woman finding herself again.
Barbara Crampton on Dead Night, You’re Next, and how things have changed for women in horror.
Robin represents an ongoing critique of superheroes in general, one being rolled out in the midst of a superhero-dominated pop culture.
In every Stephen King adaptation, this town is bad news.
We talk to the legendary director about his latest, Shock and Awe, and what it says about our current political moment.
Boots Riley’s videos double as something of a prehistory to his directorial debut.
A brief history of dinosaur movies, from Gertie the Dinosaur to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Ahead of Incredibles 2, we rank everything from Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol to The Iron Giant.
And how the new Superfly’s soundtrack, produced by Future, measures up.
Dern gives a standout performance in The Tale; it’s easy to trace it back to Lynch’s film, the moment her career shifted.
Kubrick was a distinctive visual stylist, but he also made innovative use of music — so we created a playlist that doubles as a career history.
From Amadeus to The Runaways, here are seven music biopics that treated the truth as mere suggestion.
A rematch of their 1990 time-slot face-off.
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