Film & TV

The news hasn’t historically been known for feel-good entertainment. And doom and gloom is at an all-time high right now. Stay safe and in the loop with the goings-on of the coronavirus but watch some …

Film & TV

“Onward,” Pixar’s 22nd animated film, casts a powerful spell on viewers, following the story of two brothers trying to bring their dad back from the dead.  Elements of modern life have taken over the film’s …

Film & TV

A24’s clandestine cow-milking period piece “First Cow” is destined to be the studio’s latest critical darling, even if its strange tempo and melancholic atmosphere might alienate mainstream audiences. The film, which releases in limited theaters …

Arts & Entertainment

A high concept, brutally taut modernization of the classic H.G. Wells novel of the same name, “The Invisible Man” is a top-tier horror movie that ultimately rests on the shoulders of Elisabeth Moss’ astounding performance. …

Film & TV

Every January, ABC’s “The Bachelor” debuts for another season of drama, romance and disaster. The premise is simple: 30 women vie for the heart of one man. Now in its 24th season, “The Bachelor” has …

Arts & Entertainment

Whether it’s Lewis Milestone’s somber 1930 film “All Quiet on the Western Front” or Greta Gerwig’s highly praised 2019 film “Little Women,” the film industry loves adapting books. So, it’s no shock Jack London’s beloved …

Film & TV

Combining horror, romance, beachfront partying and action-adventure into a self-referential reboot with plenty of name recognition, “Fantasy Island” makes a lot of sense on paper. Unfortunately, the film’s perplexing script and derivative visual aesthetic collapse …

Arts & Entertainment

Video game movies have had a controversial history being adapted to the big screen, but after last year’s “Detective Pikachu” and most recently “Sonic the Hedgehog,” released Feb. 14, they appear to be on a …