A top-notch scene-stealer since she was a child while appearing in TV commercials and as Opal on “Pee-Wee’s Playhouse,” Natasha Lyonne reached the pinnacle when she hosted “SNL” in May 2022.
“Bodies Bodies Bodies” (A24), the English-language directorial debut by Dutch filmmaker Halina Reijn, is everything and nothing that you expect it to be.
Not exactly a sequel. Not really a remake.
It’s not like we haven’t lived through some scary times lately, including the four years of 45’s destructive reign, the rise of white nationalism, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some houses are money pits. Some houses are massacre pits. In the case of "Happy Times" (Artsploitation), from gay Israeli filmmaker Michael Mayer ("Out in the Dark"), the latter holds true.
The human and animal worlds collide in strange ways in 2021.
When Steven Soderbergh’s “Contagion” hit theaters almost 10 years ago, it probably seemed, for most American moviegoers, like a horror fantasy.
Modern horror cinema continues to evolve in new and fascinating ways in the 21st century.
Out actor Ben Whishaw is nothing if not versatile.
Shortly before Benjamin (Cooper Koch) leaves town to start his gay porn career in Los Angeles, he and straight best friend Dom (Jose Colon) hang out in a Maine gay bar in Carter Smith’s “Swallowed” (All The Dead Boys Productions).
In recent years, a cinematic trend has arisen. Period pieces about lesbians, set in the late 18th century through the mid-19th century are not just becoming popular, they are also well-received.
As slasher movies go, “They/Them” (Blumhouse/Peacock) is pretty much a standard issue.
The modern horror genre continues its ongoing shape-shifting with the slower than molasses “We’re All Going to the World’s Fair” (Utopia).
With October right around the corner, many are gearing up to see the next installment of Lionsgate’s Saw Franchise, “Jigsaw,” coming to theaters Oct. 27.
You know how the more a person says something, the more they repeat it whether or not it’s true, people begin to take it as fact?
There's time for one last round. One for the road, as they say. A tip for the barkeep, a final toast before you go, one more clink before you drink, and, as in the new book "Last Call" by Elon Green, be careful on your way out the door.