Blumhouse’s genre-bending horror-comedy Freaky is heading to home media with a Killer Switch Edition.
Lana Condor and Noah Centineo are set to reunite onscreen this Valentine’s Day weekend in To All the Boys: Always and Forever.
Netflix’s upcoming family adventure film Finding 'Ohana looks custom-made to please Goonies fans.
Join us in proving John Wayne wrong as we discuss the "un-American" classic High Noon, and its iconic score by the legendary Dimitri Tiomkin.
More Than Miyagi: The Pat Morita Story chronicles the Hollywood veteran’s storied career.
That Shelf's Senior Critic Victor Stiff discusses how writing about pop culture helped him maintain his mental health throughout 2020.
Shudder’s January programming includes the latest Walking Dead series, a chilling Clive Barker double feature, and a collaboration between two Indonesian horror giants.
News of the World gives Tom Hanks another late-career role worthy of his prodigious talents.
Shudder is closing out the year by dropping its best of 2020 lists.
Our look at the not-so-wonderful Wonder Woman 1984, coming soon to a small screen near you.
For better and for worse, Wonder Woman 1984 is one of the most “comic book-y” superhero movies of the modern era.
Peter Jackson has revealed a sneak peek at his highly anticipated documentary, The Beatles: Get Back.
Monster Hunter sees two battle-tested warriors stranded in a deadly world inhabited by giant monsters
The Sundance Film Festival’s impressive 2021 lineup includes 72 Features, 50 Shorts, 4 Indie Series, and 14 New Frontier Projects.
They Call Me Dr. Miami spotlights America’s most famous plastic surgeon and examines the impact of body modifications on selfie culture.