An introspective and unnerving get-under-your-skin follow up to GET OUT
Within the confines of a solid horror film, Jordan Peele turns the camera inward to explore the relationship between privilege and consequence in US.
I'll admit it. I'm using this article as an excuse to browse a bunch of pictures of Lupita Nyong’o.
John Woo is returning to the film that helped establish his name in global cinema, and he’s bringing one hell of a star with him.