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.
Another season of The Walking Dead is over so let’s discuss where the show went wrong this time around in our Season 8 wrap-up! *Spoilers Ahead*
John Krasinski’s feature length directorial debut, A Quiet Place, is a tense and original horror film that’s reminiscent of other standout films from the genre but also entirely its own.
Kemal Yildirim’s short film, Saudade, is a powerful and depressing watch but captivates every step of the way.
Last night, New Orleans, Louisiana hosted WWE Wrestlemania 34. As was the case in the past two years, here, we discuss the overlong and bloated 2018 edition of the Showcase of the Immortals!
The Watchers is an intriguing short thriller that borrows elements from a number of other films but also feels original in its execution.