Sucker Punch's newest title is an excellent but familiar action game that combines a lush open world with satisfying combat.
The new "Invisible Man" eschews the horror-action blockbuster approach for an effective and intimate thriller.
The directorial debut of the producer of "The Greasy Strangler," "Come to Daddy" will be a treat for fans of psychotronic films.
Goodreads reviews are split down the middle between Trump supporters handing out five-star ratings and liberal opponents of the president's eldest son giving his book a one-star ranking.
Be a good kid and keep mom out of the kitchen on Mother's Day.
A law firm had claimed defamation over a former client's feedback.
They probably aren't casting spells in the woods on the weekends, but they're fine with you believing that they are.
Bridget and her big underpants are back. But is it a welcome return?
Sorry, haters, turns out the rebooted "Ghostbusters" isn't so bad after all.
The comic book blockbuster took $52.4 million in its second weekend amid poor reviews.
Critics have faulted the film's lengthy running time and disjointed plot.
The world's first smartphone you can take apart yourself is finally here. But is it any good?
The Showtime series closely tracked the rising threat of ISIS.
Hungarian director László Nemes's film tells the story of the Jews who worked in the gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
From 'City on Fire' to Jonathan Franzen to Donald Trump's poetry to Alexandra Kleeman, it's been a banner book year.
From conveniently idiotic to horrifyingly awful, prepare for the onslaught of new terrible holiday movies by reliving old ones.
The actress and director on their old-school new film, Irish identity and how you can never go home again.