Possibly this year’s “It Follows” is out this weekend with horror movie The Witch along with a Jesse Owen biopic and a slightly new take on Biblical story of the Resurrection.
America’s sweetheart Deadpool seems like your best bet this weekend as the critics loved Wade as much as we do.
The latest from the Coen Brothers seems like your best bet this weekend against the latest melodramatic dreck from Nicholas Sparks and the long delayed mashup movie of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies.
An extremely mixed bag of movies to close out the first month of 2016 with the latest Kung Fu Panda movie, a rescue drama, a western and a Fifty Shades parody.
All your new options for movies this weekend at the box office are apparently pretty terrible according to the critics.
All of this week’s new releases are rotten according to critics, with Michael Bay’s latest getting the best of the bad reviews.
Critically acclaimed The Revenant finally expands wide this week against the first new release of 2016, The Forest, which continues the recent tradition of a terrible horror movie being the first new movie of the year.
2016 literally kicks off with the wide release of the 8th film from Quentin Tarantino, The Hateful Eight.
A bunch of new movies hits theaters for Christmas, including the remake of Point Break, potential Oscar contenders like Concussion, Joy and The Big Short and the reteam of Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg with Daddy’s Home.
There’s a little indie film called Star Wars: The Force Awakens this week along with Sisters and Chipmunks trying desperately to counter-program.