Deadpool 2 may not stray too far from the winning formula of the first film but it’s still a wonderfully entertaining sequel that gives audiences more humor, more action, and, most of all, more Deadpool.
Kemal Yildirim’s 2012 film, Rose, is a gritty tale with some excellent visuals but hampered slightly by too much story.
Despite some far too brief appearances from Doug Jones and Lance Henriksen, Gehenna: Where Death Lives is an intriguing and effective independent horror film with some legitimate thrills and twist filled plot.
Jason Reitman’s new film, Tully, fits right in with the director’s other solid work while also feeling like a spiritual successor to his critically acclaimed 2007 film, Juno.
While not a perfect film overall, Avengers: Infinity War gives fans a dominant villain and desperate heroes to sympathize with in Marvel’s darkest, and most exciting, offering yet.
The third and final season of Ash vs Evil Dead wrapped up Sunday night on Starz so it’s time to pay respect to one of the best expansions to a horror franchise ever made.
Thomas Baldinger’s feature length debut, Who’s Jenna…?, has a messy plot and plays a little too safe but is still an entertaining watch nonetheless.
Super Troopers 2 is not a good movie whatsoever but it’s undeniably entertaining and a love letter to its predecessor.
Meg Skaff’s 2011 short film, Terry Kendall and Orange Green, is a simple, yet strange, story with good performances and an amusing tone.
Isle of Dogs is chocked full of typical Wes Anderson flair and is on par with some of the filmmaker’s best work to date.