Chris Baugh’s horror comedy Boys from County Hell puts an Irish spin on vampire lore.
Eric Andre’s new hidden-camera prank movie Bad Trip is the frontrunner for 2021’s raunchiest comedy.
Join us as we learn how men and women really can't be friends, and how this movie really didn't need what little score Marc Shaiman actually wrote, in When Harry Met Sally.
Jerrod Carmichael’s directorial debut is a dark comedy about two best friends facing an existential crisis.
Steven Kostanski’s gleefully violent practical effects extravaganza, Psycho Goreman, is a love letter to ‘80s horror and sci-fi cinema.
That Shelf's deep dive into Borat 2, premiering just prior to the American Election. Watch the film, cringe at Rudy Giuliani's boorish behaviour, and then join in the discussion about the two films in the series!
There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our society. An outgrowth of the ongoing global crisis is that it’s made people question – or at least re-examine – their career choices and priorities in life. With mass layoffs and joblessness a new reality for many, the jobs that we do and how we […]
Even though On the Rocks isn’t top-shelf Coppola, this enjoyable dramedy still makes for a delightful cinematic cocktail.
Andrew Phung joins Jeremy and his son Ephraim for FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF and ride the nostalgia train ALL THE WAY!
Ken Cuperus joins Jeremy for The Heartbreak Kid!
We've all wanted a change of scene when we've been in a less than ideal situation, but what about a change of planets? Watch the trailer for RED ROVER, starring Orphan Black's Kristian Bruun and The Expanse's Cara Gee!
...and we don’t know whether to laugh or cry. Watch Steve Carell in the first trailer and get a sneak peek at a fictionalized version of the newest branch of the US military.
Never Have I Ever, Netflix’s new coming-of-age comedy from Mindy Kaling looks charming, heartfelt, and funny AF.
Netflix's foul-mouthed buddy comedy Coffee & Kareem is the anti-Green Book.
The Willoughbys may be an animated family movie, but it takes the concept of family dysfunction to the next level.