Paramount tried to jazz up the Friday the 13th franchise by plopping Jason in the City That Never Sleeps, but the results nearly killed the series.
TRIGGER’s debut feature boasts a bevy of color palettes and visual styles that come to life in the new home release from Shout! Factory.
The composer talks about joining Amazon’s acclaimed mystery series for its second season.
FX’s new documentary compellingly charts Norma McCorvey’s journey from pro-choice activist to paid pro-life figurehead.
The last entry in the Trip series provides more insults and impressions, but it isn’t so much about the jokes this time.
Jason Voorhees came back with more teen drama and an even gorier look.
Shudder’s latest is a synthwave sci-fi opera is thinly plotted and unapologetically lurid, but packed with gorgeous grindhouse visuals.
Michael Showalter’s latest comedy suffers from a hackneyed script that forces its otherwise-likable stars to do all the heavy lifting.
The three part documentary offers an affectionate, occasionally uneven look at cult films.
Netflix’s latest African original series is a teen mystery that can’t quite overcome its derivations.
Craig Fairbrass’ textured mug can’t save this low-budget crime flick that tumbles headfirst into cliche.
The cinematographer behind much of HBO’s Westworld and TNT’s Snowpiercer talks about the rocky road to filming two disparate sci-fi dystopias.
The Friday the 13th series chugs along with a straightforward but functional slasher with a hint of metahumor.
Jason (and the franchise) comes back from an ostensible conclusion to keep up the blood-splattering mayhem.
TNT’s adaptation of the French comic and Bong Joon-ho film struggles to stretch its high-concept premise across an entire series.
Alan Parker’s gritty, all too realistic musical drama turns 40 & still asks a difficult question: is talent enough?
Benedict Andrews’ retelling of FBI’s pursuit of the French New Wave star under the Hoover administration relies far too heavily on broad stokes.
The veteran actress discusses her early turn in Nancy Kelly’s recently-restored feminist Western Thousand Pieces of Gold, and her career since.