Coming out of Australia, first time director Jennifer Kent delivers arguably the best horror movie of the year with the classically creepy “The Babadook”.
Telltale has brought their excellent blend of grueling decision making and quick-time action sequences to HBO’s Game of Thrones as you control various members of House Forrester as they negotiate the events between Seasons 3 and 4 of the show.
The Hunger Games are over and the real battle begins as Katniss joins the resistance in District 13 and prepares to help them strike against President Snow and the Capitol.
While light on comic history and character study, Brett Culp’s documentary Legends of the Knight is filled with inspiring, powerful stories of people who have used Batman as an example to do good in the world.
After almost 20 years, Harry and Lloyd return for another cross country adventure, this time trying to find Harry’s long lost daughter, in the long awaited sequel to Dumb and Dumber.
In a slightly twisted take on real life, Michael Keaton delivers an incredible starring turn in Birdman, playing an actor who was formerly a big screen superhero but is now trying to mount a comeback on Broadway.
Disney continues their recent streak of greatness with the Marvel Comics inspired Big Hero 6, which follows a group of young scientists who must turn their various projects into superpowers when a villain threatens their hometown of San Fransokyo.
Christopher Nolan’s latest follows Matthew McConaughey as he tries to find a new home for humanity in the depths of space.
Jake Gyllenhaal delivers an incredible lead performance as the ambitious but unhinged Louis Bloom in the Los Angeles based thriller Nightcrawler.
In the last few years, TV has seen the rise of the Showrunner, a person who is the face of a show both behind the scenes and in public and this new documentary interviews a number recent and current showrunners about the process of creating and maintaining a show.