"The Best with the Best to Get the Best" brings out the worst in certain characters of 'The Knick'
The Returned is still haunting & gorgeous in season two. But the plot is beginning to to get the best of the characters.
Unsettling, tension-filled and masterfully filmed, Karyn Kusama's 'The Invitation' is one of the best horror films in years.
Our 2015 Halloween shenanigans culminate in a discussion of not one, but two John Carpenter films: the 1994 cult classic In the Mouth of Madness and his 1978 masterpiece Halloween.
Burnt is a film with no depth of flavor to the story, but copious amounts of good looking people and plates.
'The Royal Road' is a cinematic essay that can be engrossing, but takes some getting used to.
"Devil's Night" continues to strain the already fractured narrative with more characters but only a few we care about.
In an emblematic situational episode, an obvious plan to “fix” last week’s Gretchen revelation prods at Jimmy’s issues with, well, people.
Part zombie film, part high school romp, Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse fails on both fronts.
The colors used in Hammer’s horror classics draw a clear line between good and evil, natural and supernatural.
The most underrated horror film of the year is now on blu-ray from Magnolia Home Entertainment.
Sandra Bullock and Billy Bob Thornton do the political "man-dance" in David Gordon Green's Our Brand Is Crisis.