2018 comes out blasting with Masaaki’s Devilman Crybaby. The most ultra-violent, sexual, and demonic thing to ever touch Netflix. Devilman Crybaby is also the first of Netflix’s new anime push. Which is pretty insane given the content in the show.
Spike Lee's latest stirs up a timely dialog on America's mistreatment of its Black Citizens.
Julia Hart's Fast Color is a superhero film unlike any other.
Making its worldwide premiere at the Fantasia Festival, after an almost 30-year absence, the Critters franchise returns with its fifth installment.
Almost two years have passed since its season two premiere on Netflix, but Stranger Things is back and strong than ever.
Zhang Yimou's Wuxia epic is a triumph of visual storytelling.
See You Yesterday directed by Stefon Bristol and produced by his mentor Spike Lee is a clever sci-fi film but more importantly a powerful story about police brutality and its effect on
Wounds, directed and written by Babak Anvari is one of the biggest letdowns of the year.
Premiering at Sundance earlier this year and winning the 2019 World Cinema Dramatic prize, The Souvenir is entirely different from Hogg's previous filmography.
You have never seen Zac Efron in a role like this.
Native Son, directed by post-black artist Rashid Johnson and screenplay by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks, is a 21st-century adaption of the1940s novel of the same name written by Richard Wright.