To show their gratitude for years of support, San Francisco Greek Film Festival organizers are offering their 17th virtual lineup for free. The annual celebration …
The 17th annual International Ocean Film Festival, originally scheduled for for March 12 – 15 at San Francisco’s Cowell Theater and other Bay Area venues, …
The 21st San Francisco Independent Film Festival kicks off Wednesday at the Victoria Theatre in San Francisco.
As silly as it is to talk to fish, I don’t think I’d make fun of Aquaman to his face.
For every Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, there’s always a pile of dung waiting right behind it.
Pixar’s The Incredibles 2 now has a run for its money when it comes to best animated movie of 2018.
Whether or not you know it, the opioid crisis is close, and it’s scary.
Ten beautiful films are set in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The latest stands alone as a convoluted mess.
With a B-movie undertone, Overlord gets much right about what it tries to accomplish.
Boy Erased is grounded and real. I can bring myself to see how this could happen to a friend of mine.
The whole time through Halloween, characters ask Michael Myers if he could talk and explain why he kills. Why doesn’t anybody just hand him a cup of coffee and ask how his day is going?
In ‘Free Solo,’ the audience is immersed into the mind of free climber Alex Honnold.
Which new movie has quick quips, an insect-like hero, and a likable protagonist? It’s not Spider-Man.
Family Halloween movie meets extreme horror director and gore aficionado Eli Roth. A recipe for a bland and forgettable fantasy film. Who would’ve guessed that? …
Aliens hunting for sport is already hectic; only the director of Iron Man 3 can make it funnier and more convoluted to follow.
If the cast of Monty Python were to lead a horror film set in a haunted abbey, it would definitely be shorter.
With so many movies coming out this summer, it was difficult to keep up. I did what I could and took in more than 20 films.
Social media stalking all of a sudden isn’t so funny now.
It’s 2018, and there is still an unexplored region of cinema that Hollywood can represent better: the rest of the world.
With Christopher Robin as their newest live-action adaptation, the Walt Disney Company has an example of what they can do better in their next films.