Say farewell to a disaster of a year with a selection of apocalyptic movies, plus some glimmers of hope for the future.
Home for the holidays takes on a whole new meaning this year. These movie picks will help you celebrate the season.
This isn’t the typical collection of holiday-themed movies, these are simply films to be thankful for.
You don’t need to spend a dime to watch these fright-flick double features.
It’s never too early to watch scary movies, and our top picks have fiendishly good treats.
There is no time like the present for catching up on some cinema greats. Here are 15 more quality movies to help you pass the time under quarantine.
Make the most of staying at home by watching some of these great films.
But with so few of us on the go right now, is Quibi still worth the price of admission?
Jeffrey Katzenberg’s new project shouldn’t be dismissed as 'Short Attention Span Theater' for the new millennium.
These films are aimed at the younger set, but adults will enjoy them just as much—and that goes double when you all enjoy them together.
Great home entertainment doesn’t need to be expensive. You can watch these picks that our resident film critic recommends for free.
Great home entertainment doesn’t need to be expensive—if you don’t mind putting up with ads.
It will never displace Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime, but the films—mostly classics, international fare, and cult-faves—rotating through this service are not to missed.
Cord-cutters can watch many of this year’s Academy Award nominees in the comfort of their own homes.
Which online entertainment service offers cord-cutters the best combination of original content, user interface, and bottom-line value?
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