Guillermo Del Toro has created a beautiful looking film, filled with great things, that somehow isn't great.
Big Picture Big Sound's reviewers take a break from the latest fare to discuss their favorite spooky movies just in time for Halloween.
Anton Yelchin's final appearance on the big screen is a must-see in an otherwise pretty good take on a very unusual romance.
Watching a man descend into total paranoia is almost as scary as those around him willing to believe anything.
A small town in post World War II Hungary attempts to face its past; aside from ridiculously, overly melodramatic music, it succeeds.
Uneven trashing of the modern art world has some great moments, but not quite enough of them.
Agnès Varda and J.R. travel through France taking gigantic photos of the locals. The locals love it and Varda and JR love it all just as much.
A documentary about a board game competition may not sound like much fun, but it is far more thrilling than you might ever imagine.
A biography of famed record executive Clive Davis is a total puff piece, but it's still fun.
Another documentary telling us that corporations are poisoning American citizens and going unpunished. All the right notes are hit, but we know that it won't make a bit of difference.