Bad Boys for Life, Birds of Prey, The Invisible Man, and many, many more.
Betty Gilpin steals the murderous game in this brazen, tongue-in-cheek comedy.
Originally set for a fall release, the movie was pulled following a number of mass shootings and the ire of Donald Trump.
Get ready to never leave your couch.
The side-quel to the 2004 film features jump scares and decent gore, but little else.
The new horror film hits theaters on January 3rd.
Jenji Kohan’s wrestling dramedy fights its own complacency within Sin City.
Blumhouse’s latest thriller hits theaters September 27th.
Starring Emma Roberts, Justin Hartley, Hilary Swank, and Glenn Howerton.
Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani make for an appealing buddy-cop team in this otherwise shaky adventure.
For those who wanted a more comedic spin on Michael Mann’s Collateral…
Rebel Wilson sprints through a feature-length montage of rom-com tropes in this endearing sendup.