Wednesday, October 28
Review: Come Play
Come Play keeps getting stuck in much more conventional settings — home, school — searching around corners for its invisible antagonist.

Review: The Craft Legacy
On the one hand, “The Craft: Legacy” is an enjoyable and smart update of its ’90s source material. The new quartet of young witches is more rounded and real than their predecessors...


Tuesday, October 27
#1 Movie in America
Among a series not exactly known for its high quality, there is this consensus: “A New Beginning” is the worst “Friday the 13th” movie.

Streaming Into the Void
In 2020, as everyone is aware, the world has changed.


Saturday, October 24
#1 Movie in America
When choosing a Halloween movie for the family, heed this warning: Do not confuse “Hocus Pocus” and “The Witches of Eastwick.”

The Amazing Race 2020 Recap
Previously on The Amazing Race, Americans visited a foreign country! You heard us! Give them credit - that is truly “amazing.”

Review: Rebecca
No expense was spared in the undeniably sumptuous production of “Rebecca,” a remake of the Best Picture winner based on Daphne du Maurier’s novel.

Review: Borat 2
You can approach the film as a near-brilliant comedy. It is perhaps the highest achievement of hidden-camera mayhem ever captured...

Review: On the Rocks
For director Sofia Coppola, “On the Rocks” is a remarkably restrained and straightforward movie.


Wednesday, October 21
The Amazing Race Recap
Somehow, The Amazing Race has returned with a new season.


Sunday, October 18
#1 Movie in America
“The Nun” is the second highest-grossing film in the “Conjuring” series, but it didn’t really earn that title on its merits.

Review: The Opening Act
You could make a documentary about modern stand-up comedy and it wouldn’t have half the truth of “The Opening Act.”

Review: The Trial of the Chicago 7
The proceedings depicted in “The Trial of the Chicago 7” did not end the debate over peaceful protest in the United States.

Review: Into the Labyrinth
If thrillers are meant to hook and stir the audience, then “Into the Labyrinth” is a legitimate thriller.


Wednesday, October 14
October Forecast
Nutty children's horror classic Hocus Pocus is poised to dominate the box office for the month of October...


Friday, October 9
#1 Movie in America
I have ominous news for “Halloween Kills,” the forthcoming sequel to 2018’s revival of “Halloween.” There is a curse.

Review: Possessor
Here’s a recurring critical dilemma: How to recommend a film that is undoubtedly very good but intentionally difficult to watch.

Review: The 40-Year-Old Version
In a blistering rap that serves as the climax of “The 40-Year-Old Version,” multiple phrases are invoked under the acronym “F.Y.O.V.”


Sunday, October 4
#1 Movie in America
“Staying Alive” is the sequel to “Saturday Night Fever.”
Sort of. Kinda.

Review: The Boys in the Band
On its face, the life cycle of the enormously significant play “The Boys in the Band” may seem a bit rote.

Review: Death of Me
Maggie Q keeps getting into serious vacation trouble.

Movie Review: Broken Mirrors
It’s a simple fact of life that parents and children, particularly adolescent children, don’t always see eye to eye.




     


 
 

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