Revealer Bares All But Blends In with the Crowd

Revealer, the newest horror comedy offering from Shudder does little to differentiate itself from the rest of its 80s inspired ilk but it does deliver on its promise of revelations – in more ways than one.


Elvis is a Rhinestone Gilded Portrait of a Grifter and a Geek

Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis is a bombastic portrait of a twisted relationship between a grifter and his geek, Elvis Presley.


The Village House is Nostalgic but Not Nostalgia Porn

Achal Mishra’s “The Village House” expertly plays the balancing act between admiring the past and falling outright into nostalgia porn.


Fire Island Is A Deep And Breezy Vibe

A funny and poignant summer film for the gays

The Art of The Batman Offers Insight Into the Film

James Field’s The Art of the Batman, a behind the scenes look at the film, is out now and our own Reagan Anick had a couple thoughts on it.

Superman In The World Of The Batman

Matt Reeves presented the world of The Batman to audiences, and we wonder how other DC Comics icons could be introduced.

The Northman Weaves a Brutal Revenge Tale

Is revenge worth the cost? Robert Eggers attempts to answer this in his latest film, The Northman.

Oscars 2022 Predictions: Who Will Win, Who Will Lose?

Another year, another Academy Awards ceremony. Here are our predictions for every category.

Why It’s Better to Keep Villains Alive

Killing off your main antagonist can be annoying.

Jujutsu Kaisen 0 Review: An Excellent Place To Start

Jujutsu Kaisen 0, film prequel to hit anime and manga series Jujutsu Kaisen hits theaters March 18, and Amanda has many thoughts to add to the hype train!