Review: 'Bombshell' Stuns with Golden Globe Nominated Performances

Bombshell, directed by Jay Roach, is centered around Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly (Charlize Theron), television commentator Gretchen Carlson (Nicole Kidman), and associate producer Kayla Pospisil (Margot Robbie).

Review: An Incredible Nicole Kidman Performance and Character Balances 'Destroyer,' a Predicable yet Engaging Crime Thriller

In some ways, Destroyer could serve as a double feature bill alongside this year’s brilliant You Were Never Really Here. They both feature protagonists dealing with extreme PTSD, trauma, and use brutal methods to achieve their intended goals.

Review: Great Performances and a Strong Message Lift “Boy Erased”

Do you need a brazenly original concept to propel an emotionally moving experience? Not when you have the cast that lifts Boy Erased from connect-the-dots drama to unfortunately timely and (almost) entirely engulfing memoir.

The Eloquence and Relevance of Big Little Lies

Benjamin Frohman ’19 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer #metoo sparked a change. The 2017 online movement allowed victims to speak out about...

Review: In 'The Killing of a Sacred Deer,' Revenge Runs Deep

What happens when you mix the picture perfect family, a surgeon’s mistake, and a vengeful teenager with his own interpretation of justice?

Review: 'The Beguiled' Is a Summer Masterpiece

Sofia Coppola’s latest film has difficulty being defined. The Beguiled is not quite a suspense. It lacks tension.

Review: 'Big Little Lies'

Benjamin Frohman ’19 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Write The HBO miniseries Big Little Lies just ended, but the emotions are...

Review: 'Lion' Tells a True Story with Heart

A child’s worst nightmare is being separated from their family. Sometimes this comes to life in a supermarket or an amusement park. But for Saroo Brierly, it came to life on a train that took him thousands of kilometers away from his home when he was just four years old. What follows is an unforgettable tale of one man’s journey to find his home, beautifully brought to the big screen in Garth Davis’ Oscar contender Lion.

Top Five Non-Scary Halloween Movies on Netflix For 'Hocus Pocus' Fans

Halloween time has rolled around again, and that means all things spooky have risen from hell to creep everybody out. Among these spooky things are the inevitable scary movie marathons that most people are so eager to take part in. However, some people might prefer to hang up decorations, eat candy, or dress up rather than get scared by all of the monsters. One of the best things to do during Halloween is to watch the 1993 Disney film, Hocus Pocus. The film is a great non-scary Halloween movie, as it is full of silly jokes and creepy references, without any of the actual gore or horrors of other Halloween classics. So, to all of the ‘fraidy cat Halloween lovers and Hocus Pocus fans, here’s a list of the Top 5 Non-Scary Halloween Movies on Netflix This October.

4 Reasons To Be Pumped For This Year’s Fall/Winter films

James Canellos ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Executive Movies Editor It’s that time of year again! Where Hollywood begins to cram all...

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