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Review: Historical Horror-Thriller "Brotherhood of the Wolf" Given a Decent New Edition from Shout! Factory

Review: Historical Horror-Thriller "Brotherhood of the Wolf" Given a Decent New Edition from Shout! Factory

By Sam Cohen | Jul 27, 2021

The 2001 France horror-thriller that became an international sensation is now available on Blu-ray for the first time in the U.S., courtesy of Shout! Factory.

Review: Criterion's Blu-ray of Screwball Masterpiece 'Bringing Up Baby' Boasts Incredible Restoration

Review: Criterion's Blu-ray of Screwball Masterpiece 'Bringing Up Baby' Boasts Incredible Restoration

By Sam Cohen | Jul 27, 2021

Howard Hawks' masterpiece "Bringing Up Baby" is on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection, with a new 4K restoration and a long list of special features. It's a miraculous package.

John Cena's Bulgy Whities Captivate 'Suicide Squad' Cast

John Cena's Bulgy Whities Captivate 'Suicide Squad' Cast

Jul 27, 2021

At a recent press conference, some of the stars of the upcoming "Suicide Squad" sequel couldn't help but talk about one particular subject: John Cena's bulge.

Review: 'Profile' Has Unexpected Power

Review: 'Profile' Has Unexpected Power

By Kilian Melloy | Jul 27, 2021

Timur Bekmambetov's laptop thriller "Profile" may be built from video of computer screen activity, but it delivers the twists and emotionally wrenching impact of a more conventional film.

Outfest Los Angeles Announces 2021 Lineup

Outfest Los Angeles Announces 2021 Lineup

Jul 27, 2021

This year's hand-picked films represents nearly every genre and includes the voices and stories from the entire rainbow of the queer community including a significant number of first-time directors.

Review: Film Noir 'Deep Cover' Gets Thorough New Release from Criterion

Review: Film Noir 'Deep Cover' Gets Thorough New Release from Criterion

By Sam Cohen | Jul 26, 2021

Bill Duke's 1992 film noir "Deep Cover" is now available on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection, with a terrific new video transfer and new interviews with Duke that are sure to please.

Review: Lizzie Borden's 1986 Sex Work Drama "Working Girls" Feels More Radical Than Ever

Review: Lizzie Borden's 1986 Sex Work Drama "Working Girls" Feels More Radical Than Ever

By Sam Cohen | Jul 26, 2021

Lizzie Borden's 1986 drama about sex work, "Working Girls," is now available in a terrific-looking, features-packed Blu-ray edition from The Criterion Collection.

Princess Di Biopic 'Spencer' Set for Venice Film Festival

Princess Di Biopic 'Spencer' Set for Venice Film Festival

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 26, 2021

The Venice International Film Festival unveiled a starry lineup of world premieres for September — including Pablo Larrain's "Spencer," starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana.

On a Quiet Weekend, 'Old' Tops, 'Snake Eyes' Sinks

On a Quiet Weekend, 'Old' Tops, 'Snake Eyes' Sinks

By Lindsey Bahr | Jul 26, 2021

M. Night Shyamalan's "Old" easily won a slower weekend at the North American box office, while the G.I. Joe pic "Snake Eyes" lived up to its name.

Review: Andrei Tarkovsky's 'Mirror' a Remarkably Singular Accomplishment

Review: Andrei Tarkovsky's 'Mirror' a Remarkably Singular Accomplishment

By Greg Vellante | Jul 24, 2021

Dismissed by critics upon its initial release, yet eventually reclaimed as a staple of cinematic history, "Mirror" has now arrived on The Criterion Collection in a new 2K digital restoration.

Review: Overly Convoluted 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It' Should Stick Closer to the Source Material

Review: Overly Convoluted 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It' Should Stick Closer to the Source Material

By Kevin Taft | Jul 23, 2021

Ed and Lorraine Warren are back, and this third installment has them trying to prove a demonic motive for a local murder.

Review: Compelling 'Broken Diamonds' Tackles Tough Subjects With Compassion

Review: Compelling 'Broken Diamonds' Tackles Tough Subjects With Compassion

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jul 23, 2021

This drama handles the subject of a family dealing with schizophrenia with compelling compassion.

Review: 'The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard' an Action Comedy with Flourish and Romance

Review: 'The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard' an Action Comedy with Flourish and Romance

By Noe Kamelamela | Jul 23, 2021

"The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard" picks up after the original odd couple action comedy finished, adding flourish and romance to the series.

Review: Jamila Wignot's 'Ailey' a Stirring Documentary of the Man, His Work, and His Enduring Legacy

Review: Jamila Wignot's 'Ailey' a Stirring Documentary of the Man, His Work, and His Enduring Legacy

By Lewis Whittington | Jul 23, 2021

Wignot's film presents a masterfully edited selection of Alvin Ailey's signature works in performances by the Ailey company.

Review: Though Stunningly Captured, Not-So-Gripping 'Settlers' Loses Its Audience Early

Review: Though Stunningly Captured, Not-So-Gripping 'Settlers' Loses Its Audience Early

By Kevin Taft | Jul 23, 2021

"Settlers" is pretty, and Prince and Boutella are wonderful, but it's a film that's hard to plant stakes in.

Review: Surprisingly Funny 'Jolt' a Gender-Swapping 'John Wick' That Thrills

Review: Surprisingly Funny 'Jolt' a Gender-Swapping 'John Wick' That Thrills

By Kevin Taft | Jul 23, 2021

"Jolt" gives the revenge thriller an electrifying twist, as the cast goes all in for the fun.

Review: 'Joe Bell' a Gay Drama for Straight Eyes

Review: 'Joe Bell' a Gay Drama for Straight Eyes

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jul 23, 2021

Mark Wahlberg may be the headliner in this poorly conceived melodrama, but it's 21-year-old Reid Miller who shines as the real star.

Review: 'Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins' Has Everything You Want In A Summer Blockbuster

Review: 'Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins' Has Everything You Want In A Summer Blockbuster

By JC Alvarez | Jul 22, 2021

Everyone's favorite action figure is now starring in his own big screen blockbuster as Paramount reboots the cinematic franchise.

Review: Cleverly Conceived, 'Old' is Intriguing and Never Dull

Review: Cleverly Conceived, 'Old' is Intriguing and Never Dull

By Kevin Taft | Jul 22, 2021

While "Old" feels new, Shyalaman doesn't seem to have grown as a filmmaker.

NYFF to open with Joel Coen's 'The Tragedy of Macbeth'

NYFF to open with Joel Coen's 'The Tragedy of Macbeth'

Jul 22, 2021

Joel Coen's "The Tragedy of Macbeth" starring Frances McDormand and Denzel Washington will have its world premiere on opening night of the New York Film Festival, organizers said Thursday. The 59th edition of the festival kicks off Sept. 24.

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