One month after its release, it is safe to say “Blade Runner 2049” is dead upon arrival at American theatres. Despite critical praise, the film made...

  Photo courtesy: Uproxx Marvel Studios and Walt Disney Studio Pictures released “Thor: Ragnarok” to theaters nationwide Friday, marking...

October brings with it all the accoutrements of fall — pumpkins on your Instagram feed, the overused “it’s fall, y’all” thing...

The Oxford Film Festival will host a showing of the Sundance Film Festival favorite “Walking Out” at 7 p.m. tonight at the Malco Oxford Commons Cinema...

Darren Aronofsky’s newest film, “Mother!,” has a lot it wants to say. The most important thing is that you stick around long enough for it to...

“It” is a refreshing horror film that brings life back to a genre that has been plagued with cliché after cliché in the recent years. From beginning...

Summer is one of the biggest times of the year for movies, and July is no exception. Several studios are attempting to put out the best they’ve got in...

Watching “Sleight,” written by J.D. Dillard, I felt that I was taking in just a small glimpse into a fresh approach to the overdone superhero...

In a time when dystopian movies seem to arrive every other week, all with relatively similar outlooks, “The Circle” offered a break from what has become...

“Table 19” photo courtesy: facebook.com/Table19Movie Watching Anna Kendrick’s latest feature, “Table 19,” feels a little bit like going...