The Discovery+ documentary “Unraveled” examines the Long Island serial killer who preyed on prostitutes in the 2010s, and the corrupt police chief who torpedoed the investigation.
Nick Schager is a NYC-area film critic and pop-culture writer whose work also appears in The Village Voice, Esquire, New York Magazine’s Vulture, Maxim, Complex and The A.V. Club.
Filmmaker Elizabeth Lo’s new documentary “Stray” follows the stray dogs roaming the streets of Istanbul—and the Syrian migrants they cross paths with.
The Oscar-nominated actress is incredibly talented, so the fact that she’s the lame love interest in “Boss Level” opposite Mel Gibson is disappointing, to say the least.
The seven-part series “Pacific Rim: The Black” is a high-octane anime saga exploring the epic battle between Jaegers and Kaiju.
The new Netflix true crime docuseries” Murder Among the Mormons” investigates a series of pipe bombings and murders—and supposed documents that could shatter Mormonism.
With interviews and undercover footage, the new Discovery+ doc “The Walrus and the Whistleblower” explores the disturbing case of the world’s most famous captive walrus.
Filmmaker Keith Thomas’ feature directorial debut—from the studio behind “The Babadook”—explores the reverberations of past trauma in an Orthodox Jewish community.
The latest from the Russo brothers, whose impressive ‘Avengers: Endgame” is the highest-grossing film ever, is all style and precious little substance.
The documentary sees the Brazilian football legend look back on his World Cup highs and off-pitch lows (political neutrality), painting a portrait of a singular sports genius.
The Swedish drama “Beartown,” premiering Feb. 22, opens with a mysterious shooting before taking viewers into a dangerous ice hockey culture dominated by entitled men.