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Bol (Sope Dìrísù) and Rial (Wunmi Mosaku) are a young pair of asylum seekers fleeing the all-consuming violence of South Sudan by way of a dangerous and all-too-familiarly tragic voyage across the...

Oliver Laxe’s brilliant Fire Will Come (currently streaming online in virtual cinemas) opens with an unease that lingers long after the images that inspired it have passed us by. These moments are...

Something strange is happening in New Orleans — even by Big Easy standards, it’s some bizarro shit. Young folks have been discovered all over the city in highly unusual situations, from being bitten...

A young David Bowie hits the road in America in search of fame and self-discovery in the official trailer for Stardust, an upcoming biopic about the music icon in the year preceding his Ziggy Stardust...

If you’re a certain type of moviegoer of a certain age, you definitely remember The Craft, the 1996 tale of a teen coven who turn the tables on the high school d-bags who torment them. For a lot...

Documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney will profile psychologist Dr. Dorothy Otnow Lewis, who spent years delving into the minds of murderers, in his new film Crazy, Not Insane, premiering November 18th...

Netflix has released the trailer for George Clooney’s new post-apocalyptic adventure film, The Midnight Sky, which is set to arrive in select theaters this December before hitting the streaming...

Back in the late Sixties and early Seventies, Vietnam and civil unrest helped kickstart a new golden age of American horror movies; shortly after the beginning of our new century, we had one massive...

In honor of both Halloween and the upcoming presidential election on November 3rd, Tim Curry and the Wisconsin Democrats will be hosting a Rocky Horror Picture Show virtual fundraiser for the Wisconsin...

The word-of-mouth party line on Tyler Taormina’s Ham on Rye is that it begins as a loose, lo-fi teen comedy — a hazy, drifting, and personality-driven series of detours through the problems of...

So it’s about … does the plot matter? It’s Borat. And the full title of this sequel, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious...

Tom Hanks is a Civil War veteran who lends a helping hand in the trailer for News of the World, out this Christmas. The movie is based on the 2016 novel of the same name by Paulette Jiles. The trailer...

William Blinn, the Emmy-winning screenwriter of Brian’s Song, the Roots miniseries and Prince’s Purple Rain film, has died at the age of 83. Blinn’s family confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter...

Animaniacs  “Here’s the check for the Animaniacs reboot, you sellouts” The Warner brothers Yakko and Wakko and their sister Dot have big grins as they take their cash out from Hulu in the...

Two years before he covered George McGovern’s 1972 presidential campaign trail for Rolling Stone, Hunter S. Thompson ran for office himself as a candidate for sheriff in Pitkin County, Colorado....

When a documentary’s opening title card is “Flint, Michigan,” your instinct might be to assume this will be a certain stripe of downbeat, sociological, living history — something already pre-written...

Sacha Baron Cohen released a new video as Borat “defending” Rudy Giuliani after news emerged about a scene in Borat Subsequent Moviefilm in which President Trump’s personal attorney appears...

Dolly Parton is an angel attempting to save a town in Christmas on the Square, a new musical out on November 22nd via Netflix. The trailer features Regina Fuller (Christine Baranski), a Scrooge-type...

He’s given us eccentric candy moguls, massive traveling peaches, a dapper fox and his friends, telekinetic moppets, big friendly giants and more — but discerning fans of Roald Dahl’s work tend...

UPDATE: In a series of tweets, Rudy Giuliani claimed the video was a “complete fabrication.” “I was tucking in my shirt after taking off the recording equipment,” he wrote. “At no time before,...