Hardcore Henry is like watching someone play a SEGA-CD first person shooter game on a (really) big screen. Does that sound appealing to you? Let's talk it out.
Batman v Superman is a massive, world-building undertaking that lays the foundation for countless movies still to come. It may be a little TOO massive though...
The ending may surprise you, for good or for ill, but the first 110 minutes are suspenseful and brilliant. Spoilers inside as we talk it out.
Disney's newest animated feature is a very good and very funny film that places a message of anti-racism and bigotry front-and-center without getting too preachy.
Spencer takes a look at The Witch, can Robert Egger's attempt at atmospheric horror live up to the hype?
Alice Bishop takes a look at new horror movie 'The Forest' while assessing the way jump scare films cater to a particular audience with a thirst for entertainment and how, for this reason, they continued to be vilified by those with a taste for more traditionally sophisticated forms of cinema.
The Coens return to a Fargo-like farce with a film that unfortunately misses almost every mark that makes a great "Coen Brothers" movie.
This might finally be the one, but we've said that before. Enter as we discuss Leonardo DiCaprio's latest Oscar-deserving role and his past Oscar snubs.
The Hateful Eight is a good movie, but it is not a good Quentin Tarantino movie. It drags its feet too much too often to reach the level of his very best.
It's been a long time coming, but Star Wars is back. In more ways than one, the magic has returned.
Spectre is a very good Bond film, but not a very great one. Come inside and let's talk it out.
Director Guillermo del Toro is back with an old school throwback to ghost-house horror movies. Crimson Peak is a solid film with a beautiful backdrop but a weak story.
This is the classic sort of movie that could have easily been made a generation prior, with Alfred Hitchcock directing Cary Grant from a screenplay by Truman Capote.
The Martian is a movie resting on the shoulders of two men, one behind the camera and one in front. It succeeds on both levels and is one of the year's best.
The only feeling I have is "it didn't really really suck." But the fact that this movie is at least "adequate" is a step in the right direction for Shyamalan.