Big Picture Big Sound's reviewers take a break from the latest fare to discuss their favorite spooky movies just in time for Halloween.
I'll cut to the chase: yes, it lives up to the hype. J.J. Abrams has created a film that stays true to the original series while updating it for a new generation.
Tablo's whole-home over-the-air DVR may finally be the answer cord-cutters are looking for. Are you ready to really cut the cord?
An ingenious structure and Aaron Sorkin's typically sharp dialogue elevate this exploration of the Apple icon beyond the standard biopic.
If you enjoyed Andy Weir's exceedingly detailed novel, you'll certainly appreciate seeing it brought to the screen in all its geek glory. It's like science porn.
This biopic doesn't come close to matching the impact of the titular album, but the material is so riveting that it's nearly enough.
An almost perfect recreation of the HBO series - just a little bigger, longer and more desperate to justify its existence.
With Marvel's universe expanding and intertwining at an ever increasing rate, "Age of Ultron" feels less like a sequel than a cosmic event.
Rarely has a final battle been so anticlimactic (or padding been so apparent).
Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic is a beautiful, ambitious, ultimately flawed film about nothing less than the survival of the human race.