Movie review: Hail, Caesar!

The Coens take on Old Hollywood in their latest screwball comedy.

Remembering Alan Rickman, the best bad guy we know

But Hans Gruber will live on, Christmas by Christmas, for eternity.

Van Dammage Report: Double Team

Warning: It's the one with Dennis Rodman ... though it's kind of fun anyway.

Movie review: The Hateful Eight

Tarantino's latest sure is violent ... but does it have more to offer?

Mini-cast: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Bob and Stew talk Star Wars ... nothing but Star Wars!

Movie review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Bob’s take)

Not perfect, but good enough to get excited about Star Wars again.

Movie review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Stew’s take)

Great new characters highlight a dazzling return to a galaxy far, far away.

TV check-in: Fargo

TV's best show closes out its second season tonight.

Episode 22: Creed, Craig and Capes

Bob and Stew talk Creed, Spectre, Batman v Superman and Fargo.

Creed is fantastic, but we should not want a sequel

Here's why the world would be better off without Creed II.

Movie review: Creed

Yes, it feels like a Rocky movie ... and a great one at that.

Our Favorite Bonds: The Living Daylights (1987)

Don't you dare hate on cello-case sledding.

Spectre’s lame revelation and the plot device that needs to die

See what you started, Christopher Nolan?

Movie review: Spectre

Another disappointing entry in Daniel Craig's Bond run.

Our Favorite Bonds: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Jonathan Pryce gets his Rupert Murdoch on.

Our Favorite Bonds: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Out with the Lazenby. Back with the Connery.

Our Favorite Bonds: GoldenEye (1995)

One of the best 007 flicks ever, slugheads!

Episode 21: The Martian 2 — Mars Harder

Bob and Stew talk The Martian, Crimson Peak and Star Wars.

Movie review: The Martian

Bob sciences the shit out of this review.

Movie review: Crimson Peak

Guillermo del Toro once again delivers gorgeous sights with no story to support them.

Movie review: Bridge of Spies

Terrence spies another good Spielberg/Hanks flick.

Van Dammage Report: Maximum Risk

Ringo Lam helps Jean-Claude up his action game.