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Trailer Is Here!
Saoirse and Timmy and Meryl, oh my!
don't you feel angry?
An Ode to Meryl Streep and Florence Pugh’s Catharsis Screams
Jack Reynor Is Pretty Sure He Ate One of Ari Aster’s Pubes in
From rotting shrimp to sunburns to herds of wasps, the actor describes what went into making the summer’s most shocking horror film.
Is an Ambitious, Blurry Horror Trip
director seems sure of only one thing: that he wants to make you feel as if your head is being sawed off.
’s Florence Pugh on the Art of Sobbing in a Corner Wearing Headphones
She had to cry — a lot — in Ari Aster’s new movie. But don’t worry, she has the
group text to console her now.
The Trailer for
Promises a Terrible Summer Festival Experience
This will be a very unhappy Independence Day at the movies.
It’s a Sun-Dappled Nightmare in the
From the director of
Here’s Your Adorable Polaroid Introduction to Greta Gerwig’s
Meet Meg, Jo, Amy, Beth, and [
The Little Drummer Girl
Is Dazzling, But Bloodless
Park Chan-wook’s adaptation of the John le Carré spy novel is a lavishly produced, intelligent, tasteful mixed bag.
Meryl Streep to Play Aunt March in the New
Who better to decide which young lady gets a special trip to Europe.
Review: In the Torrid
, Oppression Flows in All Directions
It eats into the mind with its vision of evil as a contagion that transforms victims into oppressors.
9 Potential Breakout Stars of the Summer Movie Season
Including Harry Styles and Amandla Stenberg.