On a rainy day, many in Greendale get their fortunes told. And none of them are particularly good.
Ben struggles with the siren's song effects, but Ryn also struggles with her feelings for him and Maddie, too.
Jacques Audiard's film adaptation of THE SISTERS BROTHERS deals with the Wild West becoming a modern world.
Alex Pettyfer's directorial debut is a moody, subdued story about masculinity, family dysfunction, and small town repression.
Bear v. one tough woman in the wilderness. Who'll emerge victorious?
James Foley's 1996 film FEAR is an example of the damage men do when they treat women and girls like property.
CHILD'S PLAY 3 is so much more than a bad Chucky movie or a slasher flick about a killer doll.
Serena Joy's jealousy begins to get more serious. Nick has troubles with his new wife.
Lynne Ramsay's YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE is an auteur's vision of a revenge flick - a character study full of symbolism.
Blake gets paranoid about Kane. Cindi becomes friendly with Antifasc. Malik reels with guilt after defending himself in the street.
Masculinity isn't always a bad thing. When it goes toxic, it's the worst thing.