1977 "Suspiria"

The Italian director made his best work in the ’70s and ’80s, and his sheer artistic control over these films renders them inimitable and profoundly subjective.

Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen

It seeks palatability for white audience members to the point of inducing an immobilizing complacency.

"Black Christmas"

“Black Christmas” upholds its promise for violence with murder sequences that are breaktaking in their ambition and unforgettable in their gore.

"The Christmas Chronicles"

Fundamentally debilitating to the premise of the film is that Russell plays Santa.

"Ralph Breaks the Internet"

The movie goes one step further and not only breaks stereotypes with its own characters but pushes the Disney princesses into a space that’s less about their damsel in distress status.

Charlie Brown Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for family. A holiday with no religious affiliation, a day filled with food and pie and football. The day begins with cooking and ends with cleaning.

Viola Davis in 'Widows'

Running down the “Widows” cast list is like running down a who’s who of in demand Hollywood talent.

Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal in 'Wildlife'

How many of our parents’ fires can we be expected to put out? When we get close enough to know their fires — when we begin to act as their friends — do we lose them as parents?


The balance between individuality and popularity is a science that many influencers strive to perfect and “Cam” details this desire in a jarring manner by using a camgirl as the influencer in question.

"The Princess Switch"

Though underwhelming in originality, riddled with cringe-worthy, PG-rated romantic tension and oozing with Christmas spirit, “The Princess Switch” is unexpectedly charming and ultimately successful in warming our hearts.