It’s violent and crass and profane, of course. And it still manages to be very dull and tedious anyway.
This gruesome, unsettling horror pic mixes pagan mysticism, science, witchy ritual and torn flesh.
This film’s focus on Eastern spirituality—especially reincarnation—will make it a nonstarter for many Christian viewers.
This film about acceptance also embraces thinly veiled visual and verbal nods that reference LGBTQ stereotypes.
These more realistic-looking heroes can go raw in all the wrong ways. Fun? Maybe. For families? Maybe not.
Though Voyagers is free of really explicit content, it’s still chockful of PG-13 levels of violence and suggestive scenes.
Concrete Cowboy is a modern redemption tale with an equal number of aces and poison snakes in its boot.
The Unholy, released on Good Friday of 2021, might be one of the year’s most spiritual movies.
On Jan. 22, 1973, nine Supreme Court justices made abortion the law of the land in America. It was the …
The Girl Who Believes in Miracles reminds audiences young and old that no matter how small their faith may be, …