There’s an unofficial trilogy in the new Netflix episodes, and the episodes feature some of the best work yet from Charlie Brooker’s series. Spoilers for “Hated in the Nation,” “Shut Up and Dance,” and “Nosedive” ahead.
The new horror film Under the Shadow picks up where The Babadook left off.
In The Accountant, the latest Batman plays a character whose autism is practically a superpower.
When the pursuit of suburban bliss is grimmer than a missing-woman plot.
The bawdy, wry, and touching comedy of Fleabag and Crashing creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge is like nothing we’ve seen before.
A literary scandal, a Holocaust haunting, and an animated Arctic adventure — here are six smaller movies worth a look this month, all playing in theaters and on VOD.
How two of this fall’s movies give the inspirational true story genre a focus on characters of color.
How an 11-year relationship was bookended by two portrayals of marital non-bliss — and we couldn’t help but watch.
Fresh from the Toronto International Film Festival and headed to a theater near you, here are the films to look out for (in addition to the already much-discussed Manchester by the Sea and The Birth of a Nation).
Moonlight will break your heart a thousand times.
A fuck-patriarchy streak — uneven though it may be — at the Toronto International Film Festival is uniting a Brie Larson shoot-‘em-up, a gender reassignment thriller, and a kaiju drama.
Representation needs more than just characters of color showing up.
Here are some under-the-radar blockbuster alternatives that are all worthy of your time.
From pure imagination to exhilarating eccentricity, here are the scenes that made us fall in love with Gene Wilder, who died Monday at 83.
Hollywood’s addiction to franchise movies hit a distressing, and depressing, low point this summer — but here’s how studios can Make the Sequel Great Again.
How, in an era of sequels, Kubo and the Two Strings and Pete’s Dragon find worth in the finite.
From the director who brought you the Sarah Palin documentary The Undefeated and In the Face of Evil: Reagan’s War in Word and Deed.
And, TBH, most of its female characters.
From a bittersweet drama to a difficult documentary about sex offenders, these are the under-the-radar films worth seeking out this month. Because, you know, there’s more to movies than blockbusters.
Turns out Nerve, a romantic thriller about a social media game from the directors of Catfish, is smarter about signing away privacy than Matt Damon’s spy saga.