It doesn’t reach the status of a masterpiece, but it also doesn’t really need to, instead it’s best to just sit back and enjoy the girl-powered blast as it blows by in a whirl of blood and neon.
Host your own film festival at home with this guide to some of the best movies you can stream for free using your library card!
Brian Freeman, Shari Lapena, Jennifer Chiaverini, Sara Shepard, Lisa Kleypas, and more.
A guide to some of the notable movies arriving on video at the library this month.
Katie Kitamura, Samantha Downing, Shelley Parker-Chan, Hermione Hoby, Karin Slaughter, Chuck Wendig, and more.
This past weekend brought with it the end of Netflix’s horror trilogy experiment. On July 2 they began releasing one new movie each week, beginning in 1994, then heading back to 1978, and now wrapping up by traveling all the way back to the beginning of the curse on the town of Shadyside in 1666.
I recently read somewhere that a trope isn’t really “done” until every community has had their go with it. So it is this year that seems to be happening, as many of the buzzier thrillers revolve around previously unseen perspectives within the genre, like P.J. Vernon’s Bath Haus, which puts a queer spin on things.
Daniel Silva, Grady Hendrix, B.A. Paris, Debbie Macomber, Joyce Maynard, Megan Miranda, Ace Atkins, Jasmine Guillory, and more.
It’s been a week since the release of part 1, and so Netflix’s Fear Street trilogy is back with its middle installment.
It’s hard to believe that it took this long to get a movie about Marvel’s Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), and perhaps even harder to believe that it didn’t happen until after the character had died, but here we are.