An exhaustive dissection of Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The culmination of the MCU’s first decade begins with this overstuffed, largely effective feature.
Ed Harris and Jason Sudeikis play father and son in this occasionally moving, entirely predictable drama.
The long-awaited superhero epic hits theaters in a little over a month — on April 27th, to be exact.
From the most anticipated blockbusters to the smallest indie films, Comics to Screen looks at all of this year’s adaptations.
The star-flooded culmination of a decade of Marvel movies arrives on May 4th.
From the inclusion of the X-Men and Deadpool to Marvel’s baddest baddies, big things are on the horizon.
It’s all been leading to this.
A sparse murder mystery that infuriates as often as it compels, despite its impressive moments.
Matt Spicer’s fanged L.A. satire shines for its performances, even as it aims for easy targets.
Collaborative duo score the new thriller starring Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner.
Matt Spicer’s debut dramedy earned some notable buzz at Sundance this past January.