An eclectic collection of European ’80s pop hits and modern classical compositions.
Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams bring their A-game to this A-list action-comedy.
Showrunner Mark Verheiden gets ugly and hilarious with the franchise’s trademark gore.
The Radiohead guitarist and Paul Thomas Anderson continue building their legacy together.
The prolific indie rocker reimagines a teenage project to mostly thrilling results.
Ryan Coogler fuels one of Marvel’s more distinct and dramatically arresting outings to date.
Kung Fu Kenny blends genres, guests, and emotions into a very relevant soundtrack.
Though, some additional material shedding light on this seminal album would’ve been nice.
The highlights, the misfires, and the great places this series may boldly go.
Clint Eastwood’s tale of real-life heroism never seems to get around to its point.
The neo-psychedelic duo lapse back into a sardonic mode that sounded much better in 2007.
Donald Glover’s award-winning series keeps things real and weird for its second go-around.