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.
Seventeen years after we were first introduced to Jigsaw in Saw, Chris Rock brings the franchise back into the spotlight as a police crime thriller that disappointingly fails to live up to its full potential.
A film that takes far too long to get going and by the time a hint of originality shows up, it's far too late.
While the premise might remind viewers of Rear Window, the sheer insanity of The Woman in the Window more closely resembles Vertigo.
Oxygen (“Oxygène”), director Alexandre Aja’s follow-up to 2019’s gorily entertaining, Crawl, gives Mélanie Laurent a chance to shine.
Because we're not all stressed out enough, this week the boys welcome back beer provider and score aficionado Gavin Whitehead to discuss the 2019 crime drama Uncut Gems.
After relocating to a rural farmhouse, renowned pianist Amber Waltz discovers that her symphony is writing itself and this piece could be her last.
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.
The Last Matinee’s eerie throwback vibes will make Bava and Argento fans feel right at home.
Synchronic is a dark and moody new sci-fi-thriller from the filmmakers behind The Endless and Spring.
A deeply personal horror movie filled with dread, Sator is a slow burn that will reward a patient audience.
This week, we delve into the "not-too-distant-future" of 1997 where deGENErates like us face non-stop discrimination, even when they look like Ethan Hawke and not Alex!
Sundance Film Festival offering John And The Hole is ultimately as empty as the psychodrama's titular hole.
Songbird holds the distinction of being the first movie to film in Los Angeles since the 2020 pandemic shutdown. It also has the distinction of being one of the most misguided and tone-deaf movies of the year.
I'm Your Woman cleverly subverts the 1970s crime drama by putting the criminals’ wives in the spotlight.