Crime

Apple TV+ “Home Before Dark” Season One Review and Interviews

A young girl from the big city uncovers clues to an unsolved cold case while visiting her father's small lakeside town.

Review: Mysterious Language Of ‘The Whistlers’ Leads To Neo-Noir Fun

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Whistlers, a Romanian crime film with enough of a quirky side to add quite a bit of humor to the proceedings.

8 Great

Review: Come to Daddy is All About Blood Relatives

Staci Layne Wilson reviews Come to Daddy starring Elijah Wood.

The Night Clerk

“The Night Clerk” is a Crime Drama Worth Checking Out

Mark Krawczyk checks in on "The Night Clerk", a new independent crime drama that brings an original spin to the genre.

8 Great

Review: Guy Ritchie’s ‘The Gentlemen’ Has Class

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Gentlemen, director Guy Ritchie's throwback to the British gangster films he started out with, with some new twists in his formula.

7 Good
Joker (2019) - Joaquin Phoenix

Review: ‘Joker’ Twists Villainous Origins with an Unsettling Phoenix Performance

Matt Marshall reviews crime drama, 'Joker,' starring Joaquin Phoenix and Robert De Niro, which premiered at the Venice Film Festival.

10 Perfect
Bloodline

Review:”Bloodline” – Family Protection Gets Bloody

October is the season for horror and Mark Krawczyk has just the thing for your "31 Days of Horror" viewing. Find out his thoughts on the new horror thriller starring Seann William Scott.

Andrea Berloff on the Hollywood experiment, casting unlikely heroes, and the music of The Kitchen

Scott Menzel chats with Andrea Berloff, the writer and director of The Kitchen, which opens in theaters this weekend.

Review: ‘The Kitchen’ Is Overstaffed

Aaron Neuwirth reviews The Kitchen, a crime drama based on a graphic novel, where three mob wives take over the Irish mob in 1978 Hell's Kitchen.

4 Poor
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