Mike Flanagan's latest is an impressively intricate supernatural thriller, cleverly complex if not quite as scary or memorable as one might have hoped.
There are no surprises — just lots of good, old-fashioned scenery chewing — in John Wells' splendid film version of Tracy Letts' acid-tongued Broadway triumph.
Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg make for an enjoyable pair in this fleet, unpretentious caper pic from Baltasar Kormakur.
"Veep" regular Reid Scott and Barbara Hershey are starring in indie family drama "Sisters," with David Lascher directing.
For all its negative pre-release publicity, this is a surprisingly smart, gripping and imaginative addition to the zombie-movie canon.
Kristin Scott Thomas easily upstages Ryan Gosling's near-catatonic turn in this reunion of "Drive" director and star.
J.J. Abrams sets his filmmaking to "stun" with a sequel in every respect equal or even superior to its splendid 2009 predecessor.
A spirited not-quite-documentary portrait of the skateboarding subculture that flourished in East Germany in the early 1980s.
To mark its 50th anniversary, Amnesty International is releasing a 75-song compilation featuring a slew of renowned artists covering Bob Dylan, who also celebrates 50 years as a performer this year.
NBC's New York station edged out a tight field by one award at the 48th annual New York Emmy Awards held Sunday night at the Waldorf-Astoria.
The WB's WPIX beat the Peacock's flagship Gotham station in picking up the most New York Emmy Awards on Sunday night, largely for its coverage of the first anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.