As festival season ramps up, senior writer Johnny Sobczak reveals his first batch of Oscar predictions for the 94th Academy Awards.
On of the year’s biggest musicals comes home on 4K Ultra HD with “In the Heights.”
“Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes” and “The Sadness” recently played at Fantasia Film Festival, and Joel Winstead is breaking them down.
The latest entry in the terrifying “Conjuring” franchise comes home on 4K.
Channeling some of the best horror films of recent years, “The Night House” blends existential dread, trauma, grief and good old fashioned spectral haunts to create the year’s most chilling film yet.
Blending family drama with supernatural horror and a revenge narrative, “When I Consume You” does its best to find fear in everyday life, but the results are a meandering, overly complex dud.
What Fantasia Festival’s “Baby Money” lacks in big-budget flair it makes up for in thrills and suspense.
Marvel’s “What If…” starts on a somewhat underwhelming note, but the second and third episodes escalate quickly and truly display the creativity and potential that the series has to offer.
Gear up for 2021’s only Friday the 13th with the new eight-movie collection on Blu-ray.
“Those Who Wish Me Dead” is certainly worth a watch, but the lack of bonus features makes it hard to justify purchasing the Blu-ray.
Review: Ambitious ‘The Green Knight’ adaptation delivers fabulous images, plenty of style, but little else
“The Green Knight” is a rather lengthy, formally rigorous film, where both the employment of slow time and the form are far less effective than they should be.
Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” adventure pulls from the genre’s best, and Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt make the ride worthwhile.
After wowing viewers on Disney+ in June, “Luca” is coming home on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray with plenty of deleted scenes
“A Quiet Place” fans can now binge both movies all the way through with the home release of “Part II” on 4K Ultra HD.
Season 2 of “Ted Lasso” is here, and where the hell is Jamie Tartt?! Phil Dunster spills the details with Zach Goins
“Old” has enough thrills and kills to satisfy genre fans, and enough earnestness from Shyamalan to possibly bring some betrayed fans back into the fold.