The M. Night Shyamalan executive produced series continues to serve up spooky atmosphere, but quickly loses its way.
Netflix’s latest true-crime docuseries expands its scope not just to the famed LA murderer, but the community he […]
The Netflix Action Movie Industrial Complex continues abated with a deeply mediocre military thriller that can’t get a handle on its lukewarm critique of drones.
Mickey Reece’s out-there vampire B film plays in a lot of genres, but doesn’t quite hit the Anna Biller vibe it’s going for.
Mira Nair’s 1988 breakout remains a scintillating tale of poverty in India’s slums, even as it toes the line of exploitation.
The dark comedy continues to be an excellent exploration of millennial ennui.
Vincent Paronnaud’s over the top slasher film wants to say something about misogyny while treating its female lead as an object to be abused.
Philip Seymour Hoffman stepped behind the camera one time for this thin adaptation of the Robert Glaudini play.
HBO’s documentary of golf great Tiger Woods suffers from a lack of participation from its subject, even as it charts his complicated home life and many personal scandals.
The composer of the latest David Attenborough nature documentary talks about building the sounds of planet Earth.
Phyllida Lloyd and writer-star Clare Dunne delicately handle tough subject matter in a responsible, deft character drama.
Empathetic, well-crafted filmmaking makes this profile on the specificities of autistic life both heartwarming and essential in its outreach.
CBS All Access has managed to create an anti-hero drama as unpleasant as it is dull.
Tina Fey’s latest is a well-intentioned, but only occasionally diverting, COVID-set political sitcom with more good intentions than good jokes.
Bryan Fogel follows up Icarus with a harrowing, if occasionally glitchy, profile of Saudi Arabia’s snuffing of dissent, whether through social media or just plain murder.
A third season filled with dramatic narrative shakeups ends in the most abrupt, contrived way possible.
Marco consolidates his power, as the rest of our characters recalibrate their sense of purpose and fight to survive in the wake of the Free Navy’s attacks on Earth.
We start 2021 by profiling the vibrant, richly textured, deceptively political works of Mira Nair.