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This episode has everything: More sexual tension than all three Fifty Shades movies, moving pictures, cannibalism, and a big reveal. As we reach the halfway... [Read More]
Cannes Despite being about Iranian culture, Tehran Taboo was not—and could not have been—shot in Iran, and the director, Ali Soozandeh, has mentioned in interviews... [Read More]
Gravitas Ventures It's difficult not to feel a bit nauseated while watching Bomb City. The true story upon which the film is based is... [Read More]
One of the most impressive things about The Alienist is its density. Maybe that's to be expected of a show that's been adapted from a... [Read More]
via Facebook Home is where the heart is, which goes some way toward explaining why it's such ripe territory for horror. 2014's The Babadook, directed... [Read More]
Because the Oscars are almost here: Call Me by Your NameDirector Luca Guadagnino's adaptation of André Aciman's critically acclaimed book is stunning, and it's got... [Read More]
The second episode of The Alienist ups the soap-opera antics considerably as it showcases all of the gross things that can be done to human... [Read More]
Nicole Wilder If you just happened to stumble upon Counterpart, you'd be forgiven for thinking it to be a lesser-known John le Carré adaptation or... [Read More]
The Alienist opens with one of the absolute worst ways to find a dead body: having blood drip onto your face, then looking up to... [Read More]
It's hard to make a bad Gerard Butler movie. This isn't to say that none of his movies are bad. Rather, Gerard Butler is the... [Read More]
via Netflix It's always strange to see the subject of a movie alongside the person who portrayed them, more so when the story in question... [Read More]
Renowned Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev's 'Loveless' won at Cannes and, despite its pro-Kremlin detractors, was Russia's submission for the Best Foreign Film Oscar. [Read More]
Amazon's new sci-fi anthology series is more than just the anti-'Black Mirror.'... [Read More]
The critically-mauled Will Smith-starring action-fantasy has proved ridiculously popular. [Read More]
From 'Colossal' to 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' and the new season of 'Black Mirror,' sci-fi forged a new, more inclusive path this year. [Read More]
'The Book of Henry,' starring Naomi Watts and Jacob Tremblay, is all kinds of bonkers. [Warning: Spoilers] [Read More]
In defense of the sheer ambition of these prequels, which come arguably closest to what a 'space opera' should be. [Read More]
In the lead-up to Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we look back at the first Jedi (narratively speaking) with a series of stories about the... [Read More]
With its parallel storylines—a forlorn elderly man searching for his lost love, and Nathan Fielder's budding romance with an escort—the comedy show's Season 4 finale... [Read More]
Animation legend Don Hertzfeldt's follow-up to his Oscar-nominated short is beautiful, transporting, and one of the best films of the year. [Read More]