Lou Harry reflects on his most satisfying film experiences in 2022.
Lou Harry debuts Screen Plays, a new series looking largely at filmed stage works.
This disposable diversion is a distinct disappointment.
Lou Harry revisits the Dr. Phibes films for No Sleep October.
Sigourney Weaver ably anchors this welcome, if wobbly, comedy-drama.
Lou Harry's movie-themed tabletop game column returns.
A so-so musical gets a film adaptation with the same issues.
After a brief hiatus, Roll ‘Em is back with a pair of games inspired by very different '80s films.
"Nate" may not be great, but it's more fun than most streaming fare.
Bats on the Brain continues with Lou's look at 1966's "Batman."
"Turning Red" turns away from a strong setup and into more chaos than necessary.