Polaris-winning Inuk throat singer refuses to be silent in the face of pain and suffering.
Nu metal outfit regain some of their heaviness but still feel too safe by a mile.
Ewan McGregor’s directorial debut makes turgid work of a Pultizer Prize-winning novel.
Part R&B crooner, part millennial rapper, one hundred percent infectious personality.
Tom Cruise does his best to enliven a letdown of an action sequel.
Mike Flanagan’s sequel to 2014’s awful Ouija is, weirdly enough, not awful.
Rob Zombie scrapes the bottom of the ’70s bargain bin and comes up empty.
The legendary singer’s latest prepares us for his departure, but comes nowhere near exhausting his vitality.
Chrissie Hynde joins forces with Dan Auerbach to give her long-running band a makeover.
Barry Jenkins’ film is its own singular creation, one that is unique and unmissable.
It took 17 years, but the emo pioneers have finally grown up.
Ang Lee’s war story homecoming strives to elevate its emotions, but its technical flourishes go too far.