The 9th film by Quentin Tarantino is a love letter to the movies unlike any other.
Ari Aster's second feature film may or may not be an ideal date movie.
Jacob Tremblay's new foul-mouthed comedy is nowhere near child friendly, but it's a riotous picture of the innocence of that point in one's life.
Lulu Wang's second feature may be difficult, but every moment still remains so beautiful.
There’s only a few days left of the half-off sale from the Criterion Collection. If you’re a newcomer to the home video line, all of those selections can look daunting and you’ll probably stand there for a good while trying to decide what to get. With nearly a thousand titles to choose from, it’s overwhelming. [...]
J. C. Chandor's fourth feature may be a fluke for the director.
Bernard Rose's adaptation of Clive Barker's story is a tragic horror classic.