Rectify's third and fourth episodes of the season continue the focus on metaphors and elusive truth.
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation is the first 2015 summer blockbuster to live up to its potential.
Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp is charming and funny enough to please fans and hopefully win over new viewers.
Playing at the Fantasia International Film Festival, Bite is a solid, sincere effort, but a bit of a missed opportunity.
Despite being more of a self-congratulating PR move than an informative documentary, A Lego Brickumentary still manages to be an entertaining look at a toymaker who has inspired kids (and adults) for over 100 years.
That Sugar Film is a fast, frothy, well-intentioned doc about the dangers of sugar in our diets.
Top Ten Murdered Men concludes with the insurmountable Commando. Read it with caution, because all f--king hell is about to break loose.
Steven Soderbergh's gorgeous medical drama returns on October 16, and there's a trailer to prove it.
Johnny Depp and a cast of familiar faces fill up the latest Black Mass trailer.
Entertainment looks to be as polarizing and singular as Rick Alverson's last film, The Comedy.
The first wave of Fantastic Fest 2015 programming is here, and includes BONE TOMAHAWK.
The trailer for Goodnight Mommy will remind you why you love horror films.