Bobcat Goldthwait's latest film is a low budget, high tension found footage movie.
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Devin gets very spoilery as he explains why STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS is a dumb, bad movie.
Baz Luhrmann's newest film has problems, but they are worth it.
This scifi home invasion movie never does justice to its great premise.
Devin loves IRON MAN 3, and he tells you why in spoiler detail.
A black comedy on steroids, PAIN & GAIN is Michael Bay's true calling.
The new film from Tom Cruise and the director of TRON LEGACY is a tedious slog through stupidity.
The latest parody film feels like an issue of Mad Magazine... but not a particularly great one.
This telling of Jackie Robinson breaking the major league baseball color barrier layers on the schmaltz.
BC takes a look at the new mobster movie Blu from Andrew Dominik.
Paramount's GI JOE sequel attempts to course correct from the first film. Does it succeed?
Never, ever waste your Buscemi.
Mostly harmless, Douglas Adams might have said.
A funny, sweet and honest movie about the lives of real nerds.
The remake of Sam Raimi's classic is gory but directionless.
Park Chan-wook has successfuly come to America with STOKER, bringing everything perverse and delightful with him.
The alternate headline was 'Fee Fie Fuck You.'
This new Rock vehicle is mostly talking about prison sentencing... but somehow it works.
Warning: this review totally spoils the batshit ending of the latest Nicholas Sparks weepy romance.
It's not even March and already we have a guaranteed movie for all your Worst of the Year lists.
Nine years after PRIMER Shane Carruth returns with a metaphorical scifi love story that will confound and enlighten.
WARM BODIES may not raise the dead, but it's pretty damn charming.
Keegan Michael Key steals the new horror comedy from Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant.
Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij make a very disappointing follow-up to SOUND OF MY VOICE.
With the tone of a classic young adult story, Jeff Nichol's MUD is a 180 from the dour TAKE SHELTER.
Broad, fun and shallow, GANGSTER SQUAD is the unthinking man's LA CONFIDENTIAL.
This terrible movie will finally kill Leatherface and family.
Kathryn Bigelow applies New Journalism to cinema and creates one of the movies of the year - if not the decade.
The sad story of a white family who lost all their luggage while having to see lots of Thai people dying in a tsunami.
It's not as bad as you feared, not as good as you hoped.
An examination of the strangely similar themes in Ang Lee's LIFE OF PI and John Ford's THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE.
Romania 1989 - one fucked up place!
The new documentary co-directed by Ken Burns will fill you with righteous rage.
Don't let the shitty title and uninspired marketing fool you - this is a great animated adventure movie.
Everything else is shit, though.
Polish the Oscars, and warm up the accolades: this is the best Daniel Day-Lewis performance ever, and it's one of the best Spielberg movies ever.
David O. Russell makes an Oscar bait quirk film that is actually enjoyable.
A review of the tense Danish negotiation procedural.
Fill in all the plane crash words to describe how bad this move is.
The latest found footage scare film is a boring piece of shit.
A forced attempt to introduce a new franchise villain works only on the most basic levels.
The winner of the AMD Next Wave Best Director prize is a surprisingly funny, dark movie.
Nicholás López's earthquake horror bloodies Eli Roth - and maybe the audience.
Two space aliens come to our planet to deliver folk music while saving the world.
Devin reviews the Fantastic Fest Audience Award winner.
The makers of BEST WORST MOVIE are back with a surprisingly moving doc about Halloween, haunted houses and the creative impulse.
A lot of bullets ruin a lot of heads in this tightly wound siege film.
A documentary about Danny Lutz, the oldest child of the real Amityville Horror, reveals a truly wounded man wrestling with deep trauma. But is it demonic or even more sinister?
Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film covers cults and men and unconsummated love.
Jordan loves the new Gael Garcia Bernal movie about how a dopey TV jingle ousted a fascist leader.
The Wachowskis and Tom Tykwer have created a seminal movie of the 21st century.
This raunchy lady comedy never rises above sitcom level.
More than THE EXORCIST with lox, THE POSSESSION is a creepily effective horror movie that also happens to have some family drama.
The sequel vastly improves on the tedious original. It's still dumb as hell, though.
Jeremy Renner picks up the franchise ably, but is ably enough to warrant more movies?
Todd says this film will occupy your bootie.
Nolan has finished his Bat trilogy. Is THE DARK KNIGHT RISES a fitting end?
Sony's too-soon reboot is charming enough at the beginning but quickly turns into a boring, generic, badly made superhero mess.
Brian's just as surprised as you are to find out the creator of THE FAMILY GUY has a funny movie in him.
Last night Devin saw the legendarily lost ending of Saul Bass' one and only directorial effort, the hyper-intelligent ant movie PHASE IV.
Takashi Miike adapts a popular legal video game, and the results are insufferable.
Jordan says this might be CHINESE PIE. Or Maybe CHINESE REUNION.
From the New York Asian Film Festival: A Japanese take on the Unabomber... with ghosts.
This epic four hour decapitation-a-thon reveals the undertold story of the Seediq people of Taiwan, and how they were ethnically cleansed.
Choi Min-Sik is a gangster who may be a genius... or an idiot.
Woody Allen's next ode to a European city is an enjoyable anthology of almost weightless tales.
The animation studio's first female-driven film fumbles.
The full title: OC87: THE OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE, MAJOR DEPRESSION, BI-POLAR, ASPERGER'S MOVIE. Devin gets conflicted about mental illness.
Sleaze merchant Andy Milligan's tale of a werewolf clan dials down the nudity and gore but dials up the unpleasant bickering.
Ridley Scott's prequel to ALIEN is beautiful, atmospheric... and ultimately a failure.
A morose Kristen Stewart and a lackluster script defeat strong visuals and some fun performances.
The latest Wes Anderson film is the beautiful, sweet and gentle work of a master.
A slasher movie from the generation of filmmakers who believe 'real life' is people sitting around saying and doing nothing.
Is Peter Berg's board game adaptation a shockingly trenchant critique of American foreign policy or a stupid blow 'em up? Or both?
Sacha Baron Cohen's latest film is a scattered, toothless affair with a couple of laughs and no balls.
Phil thinks the only people who will react to this adaptation of the chintzy soap are original fans... and they won't be happy.
Earth's Mightiest Heroes live up to their name in the best Marvel movie yet.
Guys, I think it's a great year.
Jordan Hoffman reviews the Slamdance 2012 jury prize winner.
Devin agrees with guest writer Bryan Connolly: the Farrelly Bros' take on The Three Stooges is pretty great.
It was on a shelf for years. It finally opens wide today. Drew Goddard and Joss Whedon reconstruct horror with THE CABIN IN THE WOODS. inside: Spoiler discussion!
With Hasbro's board game to inspire him, Peter Berg has created the ultimate modern blockbuster. That's not a compliment.
The pleasant enough teen sex series takes a nose dive into absolute suckitude.
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's latest is unique, and that's something, but it's not quite enough.
BLAIR WITCH director Eduardo Sanchez does something a little different with the found footage aesthetic.
Thematically confused and filled with bad recreations, this documentary seems half ashamed of itself.
The young adult novel has been turned into a smart, restrained piece of scifi with an incredible lead performance.
A deeply heartening documentary about the intersection of sexuality and disability.
April watches Norwegian folklore come to life in this movie about a mysterious girl with a tail.
Brian is disappointed with the not-very wacky thriller SEEKING JUSTICE, which doesn't deliver on its Cage promise.
How the trolls from 4chan became agents of social change.
This dark English comedy never comes together.
Welcome to the beginning of the next stage of Channing Tatum's career as he totally kills it in the beyond hilarious 21 JUMP STREET.
Devin digs the punk rock filmmaking as a badass Kevin McCallister destroys a bunch of home invasion goons.
Drew Goddard's directorial debut reconstructs and revives horror in a way that is fun and smart and exciting.
It took a hundred years to get on screen, but Edgar Rice Burrough's classic pulp story gets there right... mostly.
Where were you in '63? And '64? And '65? And '66? The lesser-known sequel to George Lucas' masterpiece spans four years of the turbulent 60s.
David Wain directs Paul Rudd to comedic heights... and a cop out ending.
A tedious, familiar movie that proves Denzel Washington isn't above phoning it in.
Rising above its half-assed implementation of found footage, CHRONICLE Is a thrilling, emotionally involving superhero story.