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Review: I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Fresh ‘Scream’


Review: The Ol' Blind-Girl-in-Jeopardy Genre Gets New Juice With The Atmospheric & Terrific 'See For Me'


Review: Simon Rex Kicks Us Deep In The Crotch of Texas With Sean Baker's Fearless And Funny 'Red Rocket'


Review: Paul Thomas Anderson's Messy And Chaotic "Licorice Pizza" Is The Stuff Of Life Itself


Review: Paolo Sorrentino Scores An Almighty Goal With His Gorgeous And Aching Neopolitan Bildungsroman 'The Hand Of God'


Spielberg's 'West Side Story' Gives Us Something To Sing About


Review: Every Moment Matters In Lin-Manuel Miranda's Triumphant "Tick, Tick... Boom!"


The Graceful 'Mothering Sunday' Gives Romance to the Ghosts


Review: 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' Is a Slimy, Soulless Disaster


Review: Kenneth Branagh's Autobiographical "Belfast" Is His Best Movie in Years


Review: The Always-Welcome Barbara Hershey Helps Geriatric Horror 'The Manor' Feel Like a '70s TV Movie Flashback


Review: 'The Many Saints of Newark' Is An Excellent Reminder Of What A Good Show 'The Sopranos' Was


Now on Netflix: Jake Gyllenhaal is on Fire, Again, in 'The Guilty'


Review: There Is An Idea Of 'Dear Evan Hansen,'' Some Kind of Abstraction. But There is No Real 'Dear Evan Hansen' - Only An Entity, Something Illusory


TIFF 2021 Review: Irish Horror Gains Another Unsettling Classic with 'You Are Not My Mother'


Review: Terence Davies' 'Benediction' Brings Us The Life, Loves, And Losses Of The Gay Poet Siegfried Sassoon


TIFF 2021 Review: The Vampire Tale 'Kicking Blood' Offers Fresh Life to Old Addiction Metaphors


Review: Pablo Larraín's "Ema" Is An Aggressive Slap Of Cinema, Meant To Put Some Color In Our Cheeks


Review: 'Dating & New York' Suffocates Both In Fairy Dust


Now Streaming: Can 'No Man Of God' Make The Case For More Ted Bundy Movies?


Rebecca Hall Lights Up 'The Night House,' Two Stories Tall With Scares


Review: Here Lay Neill Blomkamp's 'Demonic,' D.O.A. Dumpster Fire


Review: 'Don't Breathe 2' Had Me Gagging, But Not In The Good Way


Review: 'Old' Is M. Night Shyamalan At His Best And Worst


Friends, Forever: How Call Me By Your Name And Luca Can Make Us All Happy And Gay


Now on Disney+: 'Luca' Is Pixar's Best Film in Years


Now On Demand: Patrick Fugit Anchors The Often Suffocatingly Sad Vampire Tale 'My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It To'


Review: 'Censor' Scores An R (For Rad) Rating


Now on Shudder: George A. Romero's Lost Film 'The Amusement Park' Is Here To Terrorize Us To Death, And Ever After


Review: "Plan B" Should Be Your Plan A For This Weekend


Review: Toni Collette And Her 'Dream Horse' Deliver A Feel-Good Filly Tale


Now on Hulu: Spoiler Review: ‘Wild Mountain Thyme’ Makes Us Wonder Are The Straights Okay?


Review: 'Monday' Makes Us Manic For The Fun Days


Review: The Psychedelic Freak-Out Folk-Horror of Ben Wheatley's 'In the Earth'


HBO's 'Exterminate All The Brutes' Looks Head-On At History's Scars


Review: Gay Coming-of-Age Drama 'Moffie' Is An Epitaph, One Among Many, From The Tragedy Of Apartheid


Review: 'Mapplethorpe' Bigger, Longer, and Director's Cut


Review: 'Godzilla vs Kong' Made My Inner Child Feel Ten Stories Tall


Review: Lions, Tigers, and Laughs Oh My -- 'Coming 2 America' Takes Us Back 2 Africa


Review: Like A Mallet To The Forehead, These Are The 'Tom And Jerry' Of Our Times


Now on VOD: Colin Firth & Stanley Tucci Light Up The Sky in 'Supernova'


Review: 'Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar' Is A Goofy Pastel Paradise


Review: 'Prisoners of the Ghostland' Makes Nicolas Cage (And Us) a Prisoner of His Schtick


Review: Werewolf Chiller 'Eight For Silver' Trades Its Soul For Fool's Gold


Review: 'A Glitch in the Matrix' Ponders The Really Real, Like Whoa


Pajiba 10 For Your Consideration: Jonathan Majors


In Defense Of Harper, The Apparent Monster of ‘Happiest Season’


Now On Netflix: 'Mank' Is The Shadow of a Shadow of Another's Person's Dream


'Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square' May Be More Than The World Deserves