New Netflix comedy, The Chair, deals with the trials and tribulations of an English department chair and serves as a long-deserved showcase for Sandra Oh.
Come for the plot that promises a vacation for a group of entitled wealthy folks, but stay for the rich performances from an extremely talented, entertaining cast.
Original, innovative, and frightening, The Night House is the communal viewing horror experience that we've missed terribly.
Told through desktop and mobile screens, horror #Blue_Whale looks to uncover the cybercrime responsible for the deaths of many teenagers.
There’s no getting around it, Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes is incredibly silly. So silly that many will be turned off by the first 10 minutes. But audiences should really just trust the process and ride it out. One of the most creative and inventive films at Fantasia Fest, Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes somehow […]
Neill Blomkamp steps into the horror genre with his sci-fi possession thriller Demonic.
The directorial debut of Canadian Mark O'Brien, The Righteous is a slow-burn, character-driven horror exploring trauma, faith, and guilt.
To say White Lotus isn't deep is not a knock on the series but rather a way to temper expectations and to be realistic about its storytelling prowess and flaws.
Egan’s film makes one reflect on how rituals can be used to both provide solace and maintain longstanding falsehoods.
Unlike some other films inspired by children's TV series, PAW PATROL: THE MOVIE won't have parents questioning their life choices.
Naked Singularity may wear the robe of a heist film with a message, but its collection of half-formed ideas shows just how bare it is underneath.
Jennifer Hudson belts out one showstopper after another in the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect.
The movie we need right now, Nine Days reminds us to practice gratitude and appreciate the life we've been given.
Jesse Dvorak’s coming-of-age fable Baby, Don’t Cry explores those who exist on the margins of society. Read the review from Fantasia 2021.
Move over Doctor Strange, What If…? just kicked off an animated multiverse of madness.