With its jokes and undeniable onscreen chemistry between its two leads, Disney’s Jungle Cruise is a refreshing throwback to adventure films of years past.
Finding a purpose is a task everyone goes through in their own way. The High Note highlights multiple characters either finding that purpose or reestablishing their purpose.
Joker arrives on Blu-ray today, just as dark and downbeat as it was in theatres. And just as good.
Scotty G is one of the most avid moviegoers we’ve ever met. He went to see Cats! On that note, we asked him to share his favourite movies in the 2010s. He didn’t disappoint.
Rob Zombie Week continues with Jeffery X Martin’s observations on what is arguably Zombie’s masterwork, ‘The Lords of Salem.’
While The Curse of La Llorona is standard B-horror stuff, the bonus features on the Blu-ray add some intrigue to the tale.
While the expected number one was exactly that, the ninth film from Quentin Tarantino managed a bit of a fairy tale at the box office this weekend.
Under The Silver Lake is a L.A. experience, a travelogue moving through neighborhoods and experiences so unique to that environment.
Midsommar is full of excellent performances, shocking gore, and genuine laughs. Strange for a film that at its heart is how one deals with trauma.
I remember the commercials and the tag line for Night of the Creeps when it was first released back in 1986.
Cinepocalypse selection ‘Attack of the Demons’ uses a fascinating animation technique, but the story doesn’t quite hit its intended target audience.
After nearly turning it off, Andy Burns discovers that Escape Room is a decent thriller that works within its PG-13 boundaries.