The streaming giant plans to release 80 films next year.
Ponchos, an uncomfortable choir, Jared Leto as LSD Jesus and, for some reason, the band performing whilst sitting in the audience
“His hands felt like velvet and I never wanted to let go” Mama Hubbard gleefully reports.
The biggest streaming provider in the U.S. will raise prices on their most popular plans starting in November.
It’s the director’s first project since stepping down from Justice League in May.
These movies are guaranteed to spark the imaginations of kids of all ages.
The just announced Primal seems set to be another subtle and nuanced performance from Cage.
Discogs’ online marketplace will function in a similar fashion for these offshoots.
Will we ever get to see the holy grail of terrible movies?
From strip clubs to casino heists, few filmmakers bridge art house and mainstream cinema better.
A crash course before their new Netflix western anthology.
A 10-movie crash course before Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later drops.