Filmmaker Andrew Patterson’s stellar sci-fi indie debut, available on Prime May 29, marks the arrival of a director to watch.
Nick Schager is a NYC-area film critic and pop-culture writer whose work also appears in The Village Voice, Esquire, New York Magazine’s Vulture, Maxim, Complex and The A.V. Club.
The new ESPN 30 for 30 documentary “Lance” features a series of candid interviews with the disgraced cycling legend, who is as unapologetic and evasive as ever.
The History Channel miniseries “Grant,” executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, celebrates Ulysses S. Grant’s Civil War heroism and exposes the evils of the racist Confederacy.
Tsai Chin delivers a powerhouse turn as a gambling grandma taking on the Chinatown triads in “Lucky Grandma,” filmmaker Sasie Sealy’s impressive debut.
The new 8-part series is a thrilling frontier adventure set in the 1690s and a home run for National Geographic. Plus: watch the series’ first four minutes exclusively here.
The new Hulu doc “The Painter and the Thief” tells the riveting tale of artist Barbora Kysilkova who, after two of her paintings were stolen, formed a powerful bond with her thief.
Director Satoshi Kon’s Japanese anime “Tokyo Godfathers” is now available on-demand in stunning 4K. It remains a genre classic—and will surely lift your spirits during quarantine.
The new Ibiza-set TV series—premiering May 15 on Netflix—is filled with sex, double-crosses, drugs, DJs, and loads of violence. It is one crazy, terribly trashy ride.
The “Star Wars” icon talks his hilarious vampiric turn in FX’s “What We Do in the Shadows,” the “Rise of Skywalker” backlash, and setting Trump straight on Twitter.
He’s squared off against Batman in “The Dark Knight Rises” and fended off marauders in “Mad Max: Fury Road.” But you’ve never seen Tom Hardy quite like this.