The future of the Marvel cinematic universe could look very different after Wanda Maximoff starts to bend reality.
This documentary about Raël, the leader of a UFO new religious movement, is a quirky character study, but falls short of any major new revelations on the role of religion.
45 years on, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is still a thrilling blast.
'The Legend of Korra' faced a lot of hatred instead of praise, by people who felt as if the story wasn’t relatable or it didn’t follow what they had imagined it to
Revisiting the weird little show that paved the way forward for better representation in television.
Julius Onah’s grippingly suspenseful drama-thriller ‘Luce’ audaciously confronts the unmitigated loneliness that is birthed by black tokenization and idealization.
The repressive nature of religion leaves deep impressions upon each of their lives in their starvation for touch, their fragile, suppressed identities, their insecurities, and their inability to accept their romantic and
The Film Daze team picks films they'd like to see in the Criterion Collection.
'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof' is a lasting testament to cultural damage of Hays Code censorship.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of Under the Red Hood, a film that tells another side of Batman.
The lack of consistent roots in one location characterizes the turbulent uncertainties of your 20s.