Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell

‘Bones and All’ is more road-trip movie than horror

Taylor Russell is the real star of ‘Bones and All.’

On Nov 22, 2022 by Audra Schroeder

Tang Wei in Decision to Leave

‘Decision to Leave’ sneaks up on you

Park Chan-wook plays with desire instead of revenge.

On Oct 17, 2022 by Audra Schroeder

Woody Harrelson and Arvin Kananian in Triangle of Sadness

The best movies from Fantastic Fest 

Here are some of our favorites from the fest, most of which will be released this fall.

On Oct 6, 2022 by Audra Schroeder, Tiffany Kelly

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‘The Menu’ is a creative satire that will leave you a little hungry

Seat the rich.

On Oct 3, 2022 by Audra Schroeder

Jamie Clayton as Pinhead in the new Hellraiser movie

The new ‘Hellraiser’ proves it’s possible to make a good horror reboot

Jamie Clayton’s Pinhead is perfectly menacing.

On Sep 29, 2022 by Tiffany Kelly

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‘Smile’ has some great scares—but gets lost trying to explain itself

A new take on the ‘curse’ movie.

On Sep 29, 2022 by Audra Schroeder

noomi rapace and aksel hennie in the trip

Netflix’s ‘The Trip’ gives us some very different scenes from a marriage

Put Noomi Rapace in more comedies.

On Oct 15, 2021 by Audra Schroeder

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‘There’s Someone Inside Your House’ matches its generic title

There’s not a lot inside ‘There’s Someone Inside Your House.’

On Oct 7, 2021 by Audra Schroeder

a woman dancing on a car in Titane

‘Titane’ is an unparalleled film full of looks and feels

A queer, body horror dark comedy about found family.

On Sep 30, 2021 by Audra Schroeder

a woman and man standing in a field

‘Lamb’ updates the Icelandic folktale—but fails to answer its own question

Midway through the film, a character asks, ‘What the f*ck is this?’

On Sep 28, 2021 by Audra Schroeder

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Robert Eggers on the long, hard road to ‘The Lighthouse’

The director talks to us about casting seagulls, mermaid anatomy, and erecting a lighthouse.

On Oct 15, 2019 by Audra Schroeder

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‘Wrinkles the Clown’ is a compelling documentary with an infuriating twist

‘Wrinkles the Clown’ takes viewers on a clown-filled roller coaster ride that’s as funny as it is convoluted.

On Oct 11, 2019 by Anna María

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‘The Lodge’ is the poster child for horror’s ableism problem

‘The Lodge’ demonizes mental illness, making the same mistake as countless other horror movies have since the dawn of the genre.

On Oct 4, 2019 by Anna María

parasite movie review

‘Parasite’ is a savage exploration of the gig economy

‘Fake it ’til you make it’ takes on another meaning here.

On Sep 27, 2019 by Audra Schroeder

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‘In the Shadow of the Moon’: An interesting idea overshadowed by a dull story

There’s a lot of ‘Wait, what?’ here.

On Sep 26, 2019 by Audra Schroeder

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