Blood, gore and fighting in all its cheesy glory.
In a year as crazy as 2020, is satire really ridiculous anymore?
The director’s 23rd joint is just as potent as his greatest works.
We don’t need to watch people killing each other “for fun” to get that it’s deep, dude.
I was on the edge of my seat the entire time.
A mystery whodunit that doesn’t end up being so mysterious.
The period piece is a tense drama that serves as a stark reminder for what we have left to accomplish.
"Getting the truth out should not have been that hard."
It’s like getting socks for Christmas: sucks when you’re a kid, great when you’re an adult.
Jenny Slate puts her life on camera for all to see in her new deeply personal Netflix special.