Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 further proves that these bold and imaginative stories is where the future of the franchise can truly thrive.
Author: Chris St Lawrence
Profound Japanese filmmaker Makoto Shinkai does it again with Suzume, one of his most emotionally satisfying works to date.
Damien Chazelle puts emotion over story and plot in Babylon, and this historical Hollywood epic might work better because of it.
Young star Gabriel LaBelle tells us how he captured Steven Spielberg’s teenage years in his new biographical film The Fabelmans.
Pearl is the epitome of an A24 horror film, it’s vibrant, off-beat, and flaunts blood-soaked moments that will stay with you forever.
Thirteen Lives feels void of any purpose other than to cash in on a real-life rescue story you’re better off watching a documentary of.
Marcel the Shell with Shoes On shines as A24’s first stop-motion aenornimated film, pulling at the heartstrings with charm and wit.
Stranger Things 4 is the biggest season the show has ever seen, but its massive payoff is still a bit unclear in Volume 1.
The Northman breaks Robert Eggers into the mainstream with epic style and savage violence, but something still feels missing.
Director Michael Rianda and producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller speak on the cultural impact of The Mitchells vs. The Machines.