Matt Donato is a Rotten Tomatoes approved film critic who stays up too late typing words for What To Watch, IGN, Paste, Bloody Disgusting, Fangoria and countless other publications. He is a member of Critics Choice and co-hosts a weekly livestream with Perri Nemiroff called the Merri Hour. You probably shouldn't feed him after midnight, just to be safe.
Danny and Michael Philippou — from YouTube channel RackaRacka — translate their experiences as social media celebrities into the trendy millennial horror tale Talk to Me.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is a visual feast that addresses multiversal storytelling head-on, with minor issues in a third act that's all setup.
Fast X is a pileup of characters fighting to stand out and less spectacular action that feels more like marketing for future installments than a complete feature.
Scream VI features duller horror commentary but a sharper killer's blade, trading satirical blows for gruesome fates that'd make any slasher jealous.
With Operation Fortune, we finally get our eyes on the latest Guy Ritchie/Jason Statham movie, which is familiar in good and bad ways.
WTW's Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania review says the movie is better at marketing the future of the MCU than executing an Ant-Man sequel.
Jean-François Richet's Plane is everything you expect from a January Gerard Butler vehicle with a one-word generic title.
Glass Onion is a biting satire that sacrifices some whodunit suspense to let Benoit Blanc lay into the moronic upper crust of society.
Timothée Chalamet reunites with Luca Guadagnino in Bones and All, a cannibal road movie that is touching despite its bumps along the way.
Dwayne Johnson stars in Black Adam, a new entry into the DCEU that does a lot of things right, but nothing extraordinary.
Halloween Ends reaffirms the Halloween franchise's struggles with connective storytelling, as the new movie completely disowns Halloween Kills.
Jamie Foxx, Dave Franco and Snoop Dogg star in Day Shift, a new vampire action movie, but neither can save it from being quickly forgettable.
Bodies Bodies Bodies, the latest A24 movie starring Amandla Stenberg and Pete Davidson, is now playing.
The Gray Man, starring Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, is Netflix's big summer tentpole movie, does it live up to that billing?
Taika Waititi brings his unfiltered humor and spirit to Thor: Love and Thunder, the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe entry.
The Forgiven, an international morality tale starring Jessica Chastain and Ralph Fiennes about lifestyles of the rich and heinous, misses the mark.
Ethan Hawke stars in The Black Phone, another terrifying horror tale from Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill.
Find out all about Robert Englund, who stars in the new season of Stranger Things, from his friendship with a Star Wars Jedi to his guilty pleasure television show.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is filled with everything you’d want from a Sam Raimi horror movie under Marvel’s banner.
Tarik Saleh’s The Contractor boasts a fine performance from Chris Pine, but that's not enough to balance its otherwise bland and recyclable nature.
Graham Moore's The Outfit is a small-scale gangster thriller that's never better than Mark Rylance's lead performance.
Fran Kranz's Mass opens a channel for a dialogue between two pairs of grieving parents mourning the same tragedy.
Steven Soderbergh's 'Kimi' is a slight, but fast-paced, tech thriller with an enduring performance from Zoë Kravitz.