Film & TV

Long summer days will soon be here and so will some of TV’s most popular series and a few intriguing new dramas. From the anticipated seventh season of “Game of Thrones” to the premiere of …

Arts & Entertainment

BBC One’s “Call the Midwife” returned on April 2 for its sixth season on PBS, and it seems that both sentimental and startling new changes are in store for the nuns and midwives of Nonnatus …

Film & TV

In one of his funniest roles yet, Alec Baldwin voices a hilariously domineering baby with the swagger of a suave entrepreneur and the snarky wit of a first-rate comedian. Directed by Tom McGrath and produced …

Film & TV

Indie filmmaker Ry Russo-Young takes audiences inside the pages of Lauren Oliver’s popular novel of the same name. The film adaptation brings to life the story’s rich and resonant commentary on the human capacity for …

Arts & Entertainment

A static home video appears on an innocuous box television set, revealing an underground well set against the backdrop of an indistinguishable forest. Slowly, a girl with long, black hair guarding a disturbingly disfigured face …

Film & TV

  In M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film, “Split,” James McAvoy steps into the world of psychosis as he portrays a man with severe dissociative identity disorder, struggling and failing to manage a normal life. Living …

Film & TV

For director J. A. Bayona, whose previous films, “The Orphanage” and “The Impossible,” brim with poignant emotional resonance, it only seems fitting that his latest project, “A Monster Calls,” offers another touching story about the …

Arts & Entertainment

In his latest film, “Rules Don’t Apply,” Warren Beatty takes us into the world of 1950s Hollywood, a land of superficial glamour, empty promises and clandestine attractions. For aspiring actress and devout Baptist Marla Mabrey …