2022's best films, TV shows and more— including Beyoncé, "Andor," "Jeopardy!," "Nona the Ninth," and a cute little shell with shoes on.
“The Menu” director Mark Mylod comes to his latest film fresh off of a three-year run on HBO’s “Succession,” which — if you’ll excuse the pun — makes him ripe for satirizing the world of haute cuisine and the wealthy idiots who eat it. Katie Rife reviews this sharp horror film.
Lucille Ball's Little Golden Biography pairs a a Hollywood icon with a kids' book series that's iconic in its own way. Culture writer Emma Fraser looks at this charming release.
Welcome back to "Monarch" recaps! In this week’s episode, "Confessions," Nicky and Gigi’s rivalry reignites while Albie tries to write one great song.
"Don't Worry Darling" may have the magnetism of Harry Styles and the tremendous skill of Florence Pugh, but it's still all frosting and no cake. Caroline Siede reviews Olivia Wilde's headline-grabbing second feature, now streaming on HBO Max.
Steven Spielberg's semi-autobiographical nostalgia piece is a sprawling, occasionally unwieldy, often gorgeous bit of self-analysis. It's also a heck of a flick. Film critic Jesse Hassenger reviews.
Welcome back to "Welcome to Flatch" recaps! After a Halloween spooktacular that brought us the scariest image of the show — Shrub shacking up with newcomer Barb — “Glowing Up Is Hard to Do” sees the town reckoning with its newest power couple.
Welcome back to "Hell’s Kitchen" recaps! This week, season 20 winner Trenton and soon-to-be-wife Macy enter the kitchen and challenge the contestants to create the menu for their upcoming wedding.
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” faces a challenge well beyond that of the Marvel blockbuster: Grappling with the real-world loss of star Chadwick Boseman. Film critic Caroline Siede reviews this elegiac superhero sequel.
Welcome back to "Monarch" recaps! In this week’s episode, "The Crown," Nicky and Catt prepare their daughters for a debutante ball while Gigi makes a splash at a pool party.
Before "I Love Lucy," Lucille Ball was the queen of the B-movies — including this perfect piece of November noir. Culture writer Emma Fraser looks at what TV's greatest funny woman was doing before she became sitcom royalty.
Jennifer Lawrence kicks off a new phase of her career with the Apple TV+ PTSD drama “Causeway.” Meanwhile, over on Prime Video, Harry Styles delivers his second leading man performance of the year in the gay period romance “My Policeman.” FOX film critic Caroline Siede reviews.
“Something in the Dirt,” the latest from “Moon Knight” directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, is a darkly comic chiller filled with organic, impeccable special effects. Film critic Clint Worthington reviews.
Mix one part “Zootopia” with two parts “Ocean’s Eleven” and just a dash of the visual flair of “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” and you’ve got “The Bad Guys,” the animated caper from DreamWorks that's currently sitting at the top of Netflix's hot list. FOX Digital film critic Caroline Siede reviews.
"Armageddon Time" stars Anthony Hopkins, Anne Hathaway and Jeremy Strong – but its two young leads are the main attraction. Film critic Keith Phipps reviews this compelling coming-of-age story.
The new Tubi documentary "Lights, Camera, Murder: Scream" looks at the real-life inspiration for Wes Craven's modern horror classic "Scream": Danny Rolling, a.k.a the "Gainesville Ripper."
What makes the "Jaws" theme so ominous and the "Indiana Jones" score such a good time? We asked psychotherapist and piano composer James Miller to explain.
"The Secret of NIMH" has it all: Animal testing, a brutal struggle between rival rat factions, a widowed mom with a sick kid and a potentially lethal housing crisis, an extremely creepy owl and, somehow, a "G" rating. In other words, it's the perfect kids movie for spooky season.
“The School for Good and Evil” is a sprawling introduction to a world Netflix surely hopes will be its own Hogwarts. But like many a first outing, it’s got it's troubles. Film critic Lauren Coates weighs in on whether Netflix's latest hit is worth a look.
FOX paid tribute to "Call Me Kat" star Leslie Jordan with a touching montage celebrating his talents and ineffable charm: “I’m a big believer in celebrating every moment.”