The last chapter in Pixar’s flagship series is surprisingly weird, definitely chaotic and more than a little forgettable.
A decade in the making, The Strangers: Prey at Night comes off as sweaty and desperate.
Someone could’ve made a way better movie with Ice Cube, Charlie Day, Kumail Nanjiani and Tracy Morgan.
There are almost as many familiar locations in this yuletide sequel as there are epic strings of profanity.
The new film by Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn takes an unusual approach to satirizing the fashion industry.
An interview with Gilles Paquet-Brenner, director of the new film adaptation of a book by Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn, Dark Places.