The cannibal comedy that could.
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The long-dormant baking series is back with a guest entry from our Badass Scientist!
Phil and Evan have a lot to be thankful for.
Native American Week continues with the first feature film written, produced and directed by Native Americans.
Ava DuVernay’s film is either an example of a movie choosing its moment, or of a moment choosing its movie.
Steven Soderbergh's 1999 revenge thriller brilliantly utilized casting, editing and even the re-purposing of another film to deliver themes of nostalgia and regret.
Blackout and Clock King double up on Barry just when his powers go out in last night's thrilling episode.
A child's boogeyman is at the center of this horror film for grown-ups.
Guillermo del Toro has handed in the script.
On the heart-shattering ending of Anthony Minghella's underappreciated thriller.
We still have Channing Tatum’s dog boy hero in our future!
Everyone’s favorite scientific duo, back for more arguing action!
Stupid fucking white man.
Brian watches MONKEY SHINES and THE DARK HALF back to back and notices some interesting parallels.