Pixar’s latest animated feature Luca is a visually dazzling coming-of-age story that celebrates childhood friendships.
A look at the Reliable Uberlight and how it can best be used to brighten up your home theatre/music playback system.
A look at Paul Simon's early solo career releases, along with two MoFi One-Step box sets to celebrate this musical icon.
As the old adage goes, if an offer seems too good to be true, it probably is. That's where the new Shudder Original Caveat comes in.
A look at one of the greatest albums of all time – Miles Davis' Kind of Blue, available in a myriad of different iterations for your listening pleasure, in celebration of Miles' birthday.
Taylor Sheridan fans will find much to enjoy in his new woodsy action thriller Those Who Wish Me Dead, starring Nicholas Hoult and Angelina Jolie.
Continuing our look at some of the rarest Star Wars sets around, Managing Editor Jason Gorber looks at toy versions of the Imperial Probe Droid aka PROBOT.
Laughter's talented cast can't save the film from its own tedious philosophizing, resulting in a tiresome—at times, unpleasant—watch.
While there are flashes of nuance and originality, anchored by Zachary Shultz’s captivating performance, Anna Nilles and Marco Jake's Itchy Fingers ends up muddled by its own cleverness.
Director Cody Calahan’s horror-comedy Vicious Fun is a brutally violent love letter to trash cinema from the ‘80s.
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Mortal Kombat's electrifying fight sequences and iconic characters will thrill the series' long-time fans.
Nikole Beckwith’s “kinda-sorta” rom-com Together Together is a paean to platonic love.
Chris Baugh’s horror comedy Boys from County Hell puts an Irish spin on vampire lore.
Our own Managing Editor Jason Gorber unboxes The Black Crowes' Shake Your Money Maker 30th anniversary box set. Turns out it's not too hard to handle at all.