Check out these four picks of family-friendly horror features, for those that don’t like the horrific side to spooky season.
Documenting the freewheeling life of Bob Dylan is no small feat, but Odds and Ends can only grip the expected sympathy for the trailblazing legend of music.
No Time to Die is not just a fitting conclusion for the Daniel Craig era, but a complete end for the iterations that preceded him.
David Chase returns to his roots with The Many Saints of Newark, a fine enough prequel to the HBO hit, The Sopranos.
Britney vs. Spears is fine enough when it gets to the details, but it immediately turns the focus on the documentarian.
Framing Britney Spears cannot connect to its eponymous interest, because there is no way of doing so. Britney Spears’ recent life is documented competently enough in this Hulu feature.
Honest and virtuous intentions make the core of The Starling impossible to hate, but the film fails to understand the inherent uniqueness of grief.
It is make or break time for Nicolas Cage, and Pig offers him a rare opportunity that may just begin a brighter future away from the shlock of his recent works.