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Review: You People (2023)

While looking at the new releases this week, I spotted a title on Netflix that I hadn’t seen advertised anywhere. It’s called You People and stars Eddie Murphy, Jonah Hill, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. It’s a romantic comedy revolving around a …

Streaming Suggestions for the Long Holiday Weekend

The Fan Room pulls together a list of the best new shows and movies available on streaming platforms for the long holiday weekend!…

Review: Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio

On Friday, December 9th, Netflix released Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio. There was a lot of buzz around this one, debuting with a 97% on Rotten Tomatoes. Coming off the heels of the release of his Cabinet of Curiosities on …

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Glass Onion: Spoiler-Free Review

It’s been three years since Rian Johnson re-invented the “whodunnit” genre with Knives Out (2019). It was funny, it was intricate, it had an all-star cast, and it was nothing like what the audience expected. Lest I speak too highly …

Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities: A Review

This week we were treated to a new series on Netflix titled Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities. It’s a horror anthology series, similar to the wildly popular Creepshow. Season 1 contains 8 episodes, all directed by different …

The Midnight Club Explained

Well—as “explained” as any intricate horror story by Mike Flanagan can be.

The Midnight Club is Flanagan’s latest Netflix project and, like its predecessors—Haunting of Hill House, Haunting of Bly Manor, and my personal favorite, Midnight Mass—there’s a …

Rob Zombie’s The Munsters: A Love Letter

On September 27th, Rob Zombie unleashed his newest film project to the world. Rob Zombie’s The Munsters is now available to stream on Netflix, but how does it stack up against Zombie’s typical work? More importantly, how does it compare …

Woodstock ’99: A Lesson Not Learned

Imagine Fyre Festival, Warped Tour, and DashCon all combined into one event; that’s essentially what happened when they tried to revive Woodstock in 1999.

Netflix’s new docuseries, Trainwreck: Woodstock ‘99, takes an in-depth look at the disastrous concert festival …

Inside the Upside Down: Stranger Things Experience NYC

Brooklyn, do you copy? If there’s any radio interference, don’t worry—it’s probably the inter-dimensional rift in the Duggal Greenhouse.

Since the beginning of May, the Brooklyn Naval Yard has been housing a portal straight into 80’s Hawkins, Indiana. The Stranger

EDDIE LIVES: The Evidence for Eddie Munson’s Survival

It’s common knowledge that, during a show’s hiatus, fans go absolutely insane. Twenty-four hours after a finale, the web is already full of novella-length essays analyzing that one scene, that one line delivery, that one brief hand touch. Or, in …