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Big name releases like James Gunn’s supervillain adventure The Suicide Squad, Nia DaCosta’s freshly terrifying take on Candyman, and Neill Blomkamp’s new sci-fi horror Demonic all hit theaters this month along with plenty of other picks

August 3, 2021

Some adventurous action, some tense horror, and a bit of the weird can be found throughout streaming services this week

July 30, 2021

The documentary details the highs and the lows of the legendary and disastrous four-day event that marked the end of the 20th century

July 29, 2021

It’s a slower week for streaming with theatrical releases ramping back up, but Netflix and Shudder still dominate the scene with numerous horror gems

July 23, 2021

Netflix finishes off its acclaimed Fear Street trilogy with a bang, LeBron James shoots some hoops with the Looney Tunes, and some chilling aquatic stories usher in Shark Week

July 16, 2021

Horror icon Eli Roth travels the globe to uncover the terrifying truths of shark fishing in his best and scariest film yet

July 15, 2021

Natasha Romanoff finally gets her own solo movie in Marvel Studios’ first action-packed blockbuster in two years

July 14, 2021

This horror comedy is a whodunnit with a werewolf on the loose where things stay unpredictable

July 9, 2021

Black Widow finally hits both the big screen and Disney+, Netflix continues its Fear Street slasher trilogy, and much more in this week’s guide

July 9, 2021

Both Shudder and Netflix serve up two separate homages to the glory days of slashers, Prime Video launches a new sci-fi action epic with leading man Chris Pratt, and much more in this week’s streaming guide

July 2, 2021

A hapless and clueless movie critic finds himself trapped in a self-help group for serial killers in Shudder’s latest original

July 1, 2021

The movies are definitely back! July’s release calendar has theaters back in full swing, but Netflix and Prime Video still have a couple of summer smashes coming as well. It’s a packed month for the movies.

June 29, 2021

Plenty of fresh and old thrills and chills hit streaming services this week, but it’s Netflix that wins with some new Liam Neeson action, a new Godzilla anime, and their latest true crime documentary

June 25, 2021

Grief threatens to destroy what’s left of a broken family in this necromantic story of loss and acceptance

June 21, 2021

Plenty of different breeds of horror hit streaming services this week, from zombies to serial killers to possessed animatronics, as well as Pixar’s latest film and an inspiring documentary on HBO Max

June 17, 2021