Filmmaker Choi Jin-seong’s documentary explores how reporters infiltrated a dark web chatroom with 9,000 members who blackmailed young girls into sending them child porn.
Nick Schager is the Entertainment Critic for The Daily Beast, covering everything great (and not-so-great) in the worlds of film, TV, music, and pop culture. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, his work has also appeared in Variety, Esquire, Entertainment Weekly, Rolling Stone, Vulture and dozens of other entertainment publications.
The Oscar-winning actress talks to Nick Schager about her new Amazon sci-fi series “Night Sky,” the streaming explosion, and how “Carrie” has stood the test of time.
The New York Times documentary, premiering May 20 on FX, puts the world’s richest man’s stylish electric vehicles under the microscope—with occasionally deadly results.
Director Alex Garland (“Ex Machina,” “Annihilation”) and star Rory Kinnear discuss their terrifying creation—where a number of men (all Kinnear) stalk and torment a grieving widow.
This horror-movie remake—now in theaters and on Peacock—offers little in the way of thrills or scares. Zac Efron, a talented young actor, deserves so much better.
The sequel to Tony Scott’s homoerotic 1986 action flick about men with a need for speed is an absolute blast.
Ninja Thyberg’s feature directorial debut centers on a young Swedish woman who goes to Los Angeles to make it big in porn only to be given a rude awakening.
A new Netflix documentary tells the sickening true story of Dr. Donald Cline, a fertility specialist who inseminated patients with his own sperm—resulting in at least 94 children.
The man behind “Wayne’s World” and “Austin Powers” is capable of so much more than this splashy Netflix dud.
HBO Max’s adaptation of the true-crime series of the same name stars Colin Firth as Michael Peterson, a shady man who may (or may not) have murdered his wife (Toni Collette).