Michael Myers kills people, and he kills them on Halloween. This is about all that “Halloween Kills,” the latest in this long-running horror franchise, has to offer in terms of character development and plot. Film critic Roxana Hadadi digs into the guts and gore.
Frank Herbert’s seminal sci-fi novel “Dune” has long seemed unadaptable. Director Denis Villeneuve gives it another go with an epic that's long on style and short on character development, according to film critic Clint Worthington.
RZA told FOX Television Stations the Wu-Tang Clan's albums and music were heavily impacted by Asian culture.
The cupcake got frosted out of the competition in this week’s “The Masked Singer,” but if you loved her rich-as-buttercream voice, you’re in luck — you can hear it in many movies and television shows.
To celebrate William Shatner’s experience in space — one he called “so moving" and "unbelievable" — we’ve compiled a list of (free) movies and TV shows that star the actor or prominently feature "the final frontier."
Combine “Gladiator” with “Thelma & Louise” and you’ve got a sense of Ridley Scott’s new medieval epic “The Last Duel.” Film critic Caroline Siede digs into its contradictions, blindspots and unexpected quips.
Since it first hit screens in 1978, “I Spit on Your Grave” has been met with fierce criticism regarding its depiction of rape and revenge. Film critic Emma Fraser explores its legacy.
On Nick Cannon’s new daytime talk show, Larry the Cable Guy opened up about his time in the baby suit and his attempt to fool the judges by disguising his voice.
Between the marketing strategy and October release date for A24’s latest, “Lamb,” it would be natural to assume that this is a horror film meant to take advantage of the spooky season. What a disappointment, then, that “Lamb” turns out to be a bait and switch.
This week’s “The Masked Singer” reveal shows you can certainly “Git-r-done” if you use the right fake accent and ambiguous clues to throw the judges off your trail.