Television & Film

Odeya Rush Talks Teenage Rebellion And The Appeal Of ‘Dear Dictator’

Your typical teen comedies don’t involve a murderous Caribbean dictator with a British accent, elaborate foot fetish sequences, and a scene where a character gets waterboarded. But Dear Dictator (out now on home video) isn’t your ...

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‘Super Troopers 2’: Old Stoner Comedies Never Die, But They Do Age (FILM REVIEW)

Broken Lizard returns with a sequel to their cult comedy classic.

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ATX TV Fest Makes Another Round Of Programming Announcements

The lineup for season 7 of the ATX TV Fest just got even better. Coming on the heals of the recent announcement that the festival will have a sneak peak of the Sons of Anarchy ...

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‘The Walking Dead’ Is, At Long Last, All Out (Of) War – For Now

There’s something almost universally true about how the anticipation for a big payoff will inevitably leave one disappointed. Last night, after upwards of 40 episodes of teasing a final showdown between Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) ...

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‘You Were Never Really Here’ Is A Surreal, Studious Look At Violence (FILM REVIEW)

Bold, nuanced, and calculating, You Were Never Really Here is as deeply affecting as it is uncomfortable.

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‘Rampage’ Is So Charmless Even The Rock Can’t Hold It Together (FILM REVIEW)

A lack of tonal focus makes Rampage a raging mess.

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Lance Henriksen Talks His Highbrow Western ‘Gone Are The Days’ (INTERVIEW)

The legendary actor sits down to discuss his latest role in the new western, Gone Are the Days.

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‘Ready Player One’ Is An Exhaustive Parade Of Pop Culture References (FILM REVIEW)

Ready Player One is an avalanche of references wrapped in a CG package.

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Why ‘The Last Jedi’ Is The Best ‘Star Wars’ Movie

With the home release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, we look back on what made it such a great installment on the saga.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd: Gary Rossington and Johnny Van Zant Talk ‘If I Leave Here Tomorrow’ (INTERVIEW)

Lynyrd Skynyrd members Gary Rossington and Johnny van Zant, along with director Stephen Kijack, sit down to discuss their new documentary, If I Leave Here Tomorrow.

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