Almost unbearably intense, this horror-drama from Robert Eggers is a serious horror fan’s dream come true. Set in 17th century New England, it follows the
Reminiscent of Roman Polanski’s paranoid classics like 1965’s “Repulsion” and 1976’s “The Tenant” as well as Italian giallos like Dario Argento’s 1977 “Suspiria,” Peter Strickland’s
A lovingly assembled documentary ostensibly about VHS collectors, “Rewind This” makes for a surprisingly informative and entertaining lecture on the history of cinema and broadcast
Maybe it’s that my patience is wearing thin with the cheesy B-movies that are featured on MST3K, but I hard a hard time getting through
This episode of MST3K finds the gang ripping into 1989’s “Wizards of the Lost Kingdom 2,” an in-name-only sequel to the genuinely terrible, unwatchable original.
Mike Leigh’s “Naked” is the type of talky British drama that I would have loved as a teenager, but it left me rather cold and
This is truly a peculiar but chillingly effective micro-narrative, following a bickering couple into the woods as they attempt a reconciliation while treating nature carelessly,
The alleged reboot of Universal’s “The Mummy” is a remake in name only: Other than the title, nothing else has to do with the original
The third season of Fox’s relaxed, enjoyable sitcom is as strong as the first two: It’s primarily character-driven, and thanks to a great rotating writing
Fun, light diversion, “Rough Night” is the type of comedy you watch with some good friends either before going out or while recovering from it.
Dario Argento’s giallo classic is still a true masterpiece of atmosphere and visual splendor. Jessica Harper makes an effective horror heroine here, strong-headed and individualistic
This is blockbuster entertainment at its finest: Not too complicated but not overly simplistic, a solid script with snappy one-liners, terrific special effects that still