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'Glass Onion' Is Rian Johnson's Whodunit Reaction to Our Hellish Reality

Review: ‘Samaritan’ is the Next Phase of Superhero Churn

Review: 'Glorious' Is the Trolley Problem by Way of 'Futurama'

'Orphan: First Kill' is so Much Better Than it Has Any Business Being

Fantasia Review: 'Hypochondriac' Is More of the Same But Different

Fantasia Review: 'Relax, I'm From the Future,' is 'Terminator' by Way of Zany Youth

'The Black Phone' Is a Spooky, Scary Horror Movie with a Capital 'H'

For 'Crimes of the Future,' Cronenberg Dusts Off his Old Self to Reflect on His New, Older Self

In 'Cha Cha Real Smooth,' the Actor/Writer/Director Can't Stop Obsessing Over Himself

Review: 'Crimes of the Future' Is a Science Fiction Opus for the Sickos

Review: 'Firestarter' Is Stuck Rubbing Two Sticks Together

Review: Christina Ricci's 'Monstrous' Needs More 'Get Away from Her, You B*tch' Energy

Review: ‘Turning Red’ Will Make You Want to Listen to Pop and Let Down Your Fur

'Pam & Tommy' and How the Patriarchal Justice System Fails Victims of Sex Crimes

On Showtime: ‘After Yang’ is a Complex Story of Humanity in a Simple Tale of a Busted Bot

Don't F**k with the Original? More Like, Don't Mess with 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre'

Pam & Tommy’ Is a Whiskey-Breath Body Glitter-Covered Crime-Drama

With 'Brazen,' Netflix Uses the TV Movie Cookie Cutter to Make its Own Batch of Vanilla Snacks

Stay Home and Get Scared: The Top 10 Horror Movies of 2021

Now On Digital: ‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City’ is a Great Zombie Movie, Drenched in Videogame Gasoline, and Lit Ablaze by the 90s

Women be Crazy: How the Trinity Killer Investigation Links 'Dexter' to 'Dexter: New Blood'

Review: Benedict Cumberbatch is Back as Another Quirky Historical Figure in 'The Electrical Life of Louis Wain'

Review: 'Halloween Kills' Insists It's Something New While Obsessing Over Everything Old

Review: Lackluster Horror ‘There’s Someone Inside Your House’ Asks if Being Canceled Is a Fate Worse Than Death

Review: Netflix's Newest Haunted House Tale 'No One Gets Out Alive' Effectively Layers in the Story of an Undocumented Woman

TIFF 2021 Review: Dan Stevens is a Hot, Romantic Robot in the Philosophical Sci-Fi 'I'm Your Man'

TIFF 2021 Review: 'Silent Night' is an Existential Crisis by Way of Michael Bublé Music and Wine from the Bottle

Review: A Self-Aware James Wan Gets Zany in the Deeply Weird and Satisfying 'Malignant'

Review: Borne from '90s Nostalgia, Netflix's 'He's All That' Has Shallowness and Product Placement That Are Beyond Satire

Now on Shudder: Barbara Crampton's Teeth Sparkle in 'Jakob's Wife'

In Honor Of 'Escape Room: Tournament of Champions': An Escape Room Movie for Every Mood

Now on Netflix: Karen Gillan Kicks Teeth into Dust in the Shiny, Bloody 'Gunpowder Milkshake'

Review: Willem Dafoe's 'Siberia' Is Impenetrable

Now in Theaters: 'Werewolves Within' is a Real Awooo-dunnit

Now on Netflix: ‘Awake’ Tries its Best to Keep Your Eyes Open

Review: 'Seance' Summons a Familiar Ghost

Review: 'Things Heard & Seen' Delivers A Warm Hug With An Icy Grip

Review: ‘Held’ is Bloody but Ineffective Couple’s Counseling

Review: 'The Unholy' Couldn't Get Me To Kneel

Review: From the Mad Mind That Brought Us '[REC]' Comes 'The Vault'

Review: Bob Odenkirk Kicks Ass in 'Nobody'

Now on Netflix: 'Moxie' Is A Feminist Punk Album For Generation Z

Review: 'Sator' Will Reveal Itself When It's Ready

Review: ‘Wrong Turn’ Should Have Kept to the Main Trail

How 'Promising Young Woman' Upends Sex Comedy Cliches

From ‘The OC’ To ‘Promising Young Woman’: How Adam Brody Went From Nice Guy To 'Nice Guy'

Review: ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Is A Worthy Sequel Unfettered by Its Cynical Expanded Universe

Review: 'Archenemy' Is No Antidote To The Gritty Superhero Wave

Now On VOD: 'Freaky' Boldly Smashes Together Body-Swap Comedy And Slashers

Now on Amazon Prime: ‘Welcome To The Blumhouse: Black Box’ Will Remind You To Rewatch ‘Get Out’

Review: 'Welcome To The Blumhouse: The Lie' Unravels A Parenting Nightmare