A preview of roughly a dozen top cinematic and concert draws at this year's fully in-person JxJ Festival.
Sex-ed and spilled secrets spiral into scandal in Studio's powerful world premiere production of "John Proctor Is the Villain."
It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world in Marvel's gruesome superhero adventure "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness."
The TRANSlations film festival is devoted to showcasing films by, for, and about trans, non-binary, and gender non-conforming people.
Nicolas Cage parodies himself in "The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent," which has the heft of an Oscars highlight reel.
Alexander Skarsgård slays as a prince dishing out ice-cold vengeance in the musclebound, medieval epic "The Northman."
"Poppy Field" director Eugen Jebeleanu made the tense drama about a closeted gay cop as a manifesto for LGBTQ rights.
Michael Bay's gun-crazy actioner "Ambulance" is loud, dumb, and feels interminably long, but at least it's mostly coherent.
The misfiring 'Morbius' at a certain point just stops firing, but not before it stops making sense.
Oscar Isaac acts his asp off as Marvel's "Moon Knight," yet the action-challenged series still sputters.
The Annapolis Film Festival turns a decade old this year, celebrating with an in-person, four-day event showing more than 70 films, including several standout narrative...
Cloris Leachman transcends the mundane material in "Jump, Darling," whose plot seems to have been cobbled together on Post-It Notes.
At least three of this year's Academy Award nominees are out and proud members of the LGBTQ community.
Pixar has restored a same-sex kiss that was excised from the upcoming film "Lightyear" as employees push back against alleged censorship.
Billie Eilish is the Oscar frontrunner at this point, but Lin-Manuel Miranda or Beyoncé could sneak in and cause an upset.