The genre survived, thrived, and held us together amidst this long, dark year.
With Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters shelved, our living rooms were treated to a rich year of cinema.
Without the red carpet, Hollywood has leaned heavily on our living room rugs.
A smart and intricately woven look at a woman’s struggle to create when the world tells her not to.
The docket includes a ton of biopics, some great genre fare, and plenty of Tom Hanks.
Bad Boys for Life, Birds of Prey, The Invisible Man, and many, many more.
Leigh Whannell drags the unseen pain of abuse into the light.
Leigh Whannell offers a stressful reimagining of the classic H.G. Wells story.
The New Yorker-inspired tale stars Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Adrien Brody, and more.
Plus, the cast has grown considerably ahead of tomorrow’s first trailer.
Henry James gets spooky, Michael Myers returns, and Edgar Wright turns to the dark side.
Wonder Woman’s in the ’80s, Spike Lee’s in Vietnam, and the Ghostbusters are in Oklahoma? Wild times.