Patton Oswalt stars in this autobiographical cringe comedy from director James Morosini, which opens with a title card assuring its audience that what they’re about to see really happened to the filmmaker. The second card, however, adds an important note: "My dad asked me to tell you it didn’t."
"Bodies Bodies Bodies," A24's deliciously dark slasher comedy, is a Gen Z-centric take on a familiar formula: It’s socially relevant without exactly being social commentary. Film critic Caroline Siede reviews this SXSW fave.
“Bullet Train” features an international cast led by Brad Pitt as lethal but laid-back underworld operative “Ladybug.” Film critic Caroline Siede reviews this big-budget action comedy.
As the summer blockbuster rush fades but before the fall awards season starts, you can expect oddball horror like A24’s “Bodies Bodies Bodies” and Peacock’s “They/Them,” family friendly flicks like “13: The Musical” and survival thrillers galore. Oh, and Idris Elba fights a lion in “Beast.”
With "Prey," the "Predator" universe gets a gripping prequel, courtesy of "10 Cloverfield Lane" director Dan Trachtenberg. Film critic Katie Rife reviews this new sci-fi survival story, which begins streaming on Aug. 5.
Welcome back to “MasterChef” recaps! In episode 10, “Cooking for Horse Town U.S.A.,” the fourteen remaining chefs sweat it out in a team challenge to feed 101 cowboys and cowgirls.
“Andor,” Disney+'s next addition to its growing collection of "Star Wars" TV shows, is a prequel to 2016’s “Rogue One” (which was itself a prequel to the original trilogy). It follows dashing spy Cassian Andor (Diego Luna) during the formation of the Rebel Alliance. And while the series was originally supposed to premiere in late August, the show’s splashy new trailer reveals it’s now arriving in late September instead.
"Lightyear," now streaming on Disney+, isn’t quite Pixar at its most emotionally potent. But there’s enough emotional potency and clever plotting to make "Lightyear" a solid addition to Pixar’s ever-growing roster of family flicks.
Tubi celebrates the waning days of summer with all kinds of blockbuster spectacle this August — from the trippy visuals of Christopher Nolan’s “Inception” to the steamy romance of “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Plus it’s also Shark Month: Bitefest — a month-long programming event filled to the brim with shark-themed movies like "Jaws,” "Gordon Ramsay: Shark Bait” and "Sharktopus vs. Pteracuda.” Here's everything new you can stream (for free!)
What's better than a week of sharks? A whole month of them, that's what.
“DC League of Super-Pets” sees Superman, Batman and the rest of DC’s Justice League take a back seat to their equally powered-up pets. FOX Digital film critic Caroline Siede reviews this zany animated comedy that’s perfect for the whole family.
A year after pulling off a different kind of horror show in "The Night House," Rebecca Hall returns for yet another terrifying portrait of a woman on the edge in "Resurrection."
Our critics pick the best streaming show of the year so far, plus nine more that surprised, challenged, delighted and/or riveted them to their screens, from "Stranger Things" to "Station Eleven" with plenty in between.
Marvel Studios dominated the 2022 San Diego Comic-Con with a deluge of big announcements, including details about "Black Panther," "Daredevil" and two new "Avengers" movies. Here's all the news, assembled.
the heartwarming key to Joe Hunting’s inviting, humanistic documentary “We Met in Virtual Reality” is the utter lack of condescension he exhibits toward his subjects. Tracking a number of communities in VRChat, including several couples who met on the platform and now engage in long-distance relationships, Hunting focuses on the freedom these kaleidoscopic virtual worlds lend to their inhabitants.
“Nope” is “Get Out'' writer-director Jordan Peele’s third and most self-consciously mainstream film. That doesn’t mean that Peele has sacrificed daring for accessibility, however. Although it’s not as cryptic as his sophomore feature, 2019’s “Us,” this is a multi-layered movie that — for better or for worse — follows its obsessions wherever they may lead.
A “National Treasure” spin-off from Disney+ made a big splash at San. Diego Comic Con. Here's more on “National Treasure: Edge of History.”
This upbeat documentary centers on an unbelievable real-life hoax that took place in Scotland in the mid 1990s, it also captures a feeling that’s far more relatable: The fun of gathering all your old friends together to discuss the wildest thing that happened during your time at school. Only in this case, the wildest thing to happen at Bearsden Academy was enough to garner national attention — and the interest of one burgeoning movie star.
In episode 8 of "MasterChef: Back to Win," the chefs must fuse Southern cooking with cuisine from another part of the world… but they can’t choose the country. Will they make magic with mysterious mealtime mixes? Keep reading to find out!
Natalie Wood's performance in “The Green Promise” made it clear she was a star. Culture critic Emma Fraser looks at this hidden gem, as well as its place in Hollywood lore and its supposed connection to her death.