Which Fall TV Show Will Rock Your World? Our Spoiler-Free Impressions!

Last night at Comic-Con, we saw four of this fall’s most hotly awaited new TV shows. Which one will be your new obsession, and which will be the next epic disaster? Out of four new shows, one was pretty much as good as we expected, two were blah... and one was a nice surprise. Here’s our spoiler-free rundown. »7/09/15 10:00am7/09/15 10:00am


We've Seen Part Of Inside Out And It Could Be Pixar's Smartest Film Yet

Last week, along with other members of the press, we were invited to Pixar to watch the studio's latest short, Lava, and the first hour of the new feature Inside Out. We were delighted with what we saw: an incredibly ambitious film that maintain's Pixar's emotional core while introducing us to some fascinating ideas. »4/06/15 5:00pm4/06/15 5:00pm

Space Station 76 Is The Greatest Space Comedy Since Galaxy Quest

There's no way to prepare you for the insanity of Space Station 76. It's a comedy set in a mid-1970s version of the future that looks like Space: 1999. But it's also a surprisingly dark character study of people who are slowly falling apart, which owes a lot to The Ice Storm. Here's our nearly spoiler-free first… »3/28/14 6:20pm3/28/14 6:20pm

We've seen Gravity and it's even better than we'd hoped

We've seen Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity and it is one of the best space films we have seen in ages. One part giant showcase of the cosmos and one part a deeply harrowing action thriller, Gravity is about to show Hollywood what a real white-knuckled audience looks like. And here is our spoiler-free first impression of the… »9/07/13 1:00pm9/07/13 1:00pm

Which New Show Will Rock Your TV Set? First Impressions on 5 Pilots!

Soon, a dozen new TV shows will court your eyeballs. They'll present their fancy concepts, like "What if the whole population of the world was 100 horny teenagers?" And they'll trot out their beautiful, talented stars. But which show deserves your love? We watched five brand new pilots, and here are our impressions. »7/18/13 3:38pm7/18/13 3:38pm

Shane Carruth's new movie could leave you even more bewildered than Primer

Nine years ago, writer-director Shane Carruth left Sundance in awe with Primer, a time travel film that was simple in production but insanely complex in its plot. Primer took a basic set-up, a time machine, and managed to turn a low-budget film into one of the smartest, and also scientific jargon-filled movies in… »1/22/13 5:00pm1/22/13 5:00pm

The Bay Is A Grotesque, Giant Tongue-Eating Parasite Tease

Barry Levinson's found footage horror movie The Bay uses every single camera we can think of to deliver the chills. From phone cameras to security cameras to underwater cameras, all of the various shaky shots come together to teach us that if we don't take care of this planet, mutant parasites will strip our bodies… »10/02/12 12:30pm10/02/12 12:30pm