Jonah Hill’s directorial debut is an uncommonly generous and thoughtful coming-of-age story.
Jamie Lee Curtis shines in a sequel that takes us back to Haddonfield for more than cheap nostalgia.
Gareth Evans’ feature is shocking in both its brutality and its bleak outlook on humanity’s nature.
The Master of Horror returns to score the franchise decades later.
Seth Meyers’ return and a gathering of our favorite stable geniuses round out this week’s must-see moments.
This remake of the 2014 Israeli film finds and maintains a unique, increasingly disquieting tone.
Amandla Stenberg makes a strong impression in this emotionally invested adaptation.
The CW’s beloved cult series returns for the beginning of its proper curtain call.
Fans of the Master of Horror should have no problem obsessing over this series.
The rambling songwriter’s artistic trajectory remains, as always, on an upward slant.
The Georgia duo deliver on their first full-length collaboration together.
Ike Barinholtz’s cutting political comedy-thriller plays like Get Out meeting The Ice Storm.