Packed with humor and heart, “Happiest Season” is all but guaranteed to become a modern Christmas classic.
“Hillbilly Elegy” has the right ingredients for success, but the recipe is all wrong.
After years of delays, “The New Mutants” has finally arrived on 4K and digital, and it’s exactly what you’d expect.
“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” is a performance-driven film – and it more than delivers in that department thanks to Boseman and Davis.
“The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special,” is light-years better than its predecessor, providing a quick adventure that’s creative, entertaining and an all-around delight.
“Run” is a psychological thriller that delivers enough twists and turns to have viewers questioning everything they know about the film.
“Dreamland” is undercut by a thin script with even thinner characters, leaving no substance with which the audience can connect.
In “Jungleland,” director Max Winkler has crafted a story of survival that feels familiar, both cinematically and personally.
“Freaky” tries to be too many different things at once, and as a result, fails at each.
Zach and Johnny are venturing into Apple TV+ to talk Sofia Coppola’s “On The Rocks.” Plus, “The Mandalorian” premiere, first reviews of “Mank,” and the worst movie idea ever!
Josh Martin is joined by Film Inquiry’s Jesse Nussman to discuss the last of Alfred Hitchcock’s British films, 1938’s “The Lady Vanishes.”
Remember, remember to get “V for Vendetta” on 4K UHD November 3.
Podcast: ‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’ Review, ‘Euphoria’ is Back and What’s Next for Denis Villeneuve?
Zach and Johnny are here to break down “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.” Very nice! Plus, the guys discuss the return of “Euphoria,” Denis Villeneuve’s next project and the week’s new trailers.
Josh is joined by Emilie Osborne to discuss James Whale’s “The Invisible Man” (1933).
We all know about that scene, but what else was shocking in “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm”?
Josh is joined by Jake Lawler to discuss Tod Browning’s “Freaks” (1932).