The fall film season has something for everyone, from horror fans to drama queens to musical lovers to, yes, even Swifties.
Two critics are better than one to break down the films behind the summer's buzziest box office craze, "Barbie" and "Oppenheimer."
An irreverent ode to theater kids and professionals, 'Theater Camp' skewers its targets with loving care and lots of laughs.
The cast of Mosaic's "One in Two" nail the charm and extraordinary challenge of Donja R. Love's HIV-themed dramedy.
Playwright Mary Kathryn Nagle ably carries 'On the Far End' with a commanding solo performance as Muscogee leader Ella Jean Hill.
Mosaic's 'Unseen' captures nuances of bearing witness to war and suffering, but its heroine doesn't come fully into focus.
A coming-out drama devoid of joy or affirmation, "El Houb" looks at an angst-ridden gay Arab immigrant's life in Amsterdam
The Roys are back to their selfish, evil ways in the fourth and final season of HBO's magnificent hit series, 'Succession.'
Signature presents a riveting D.C. premiere production of Sylvia Khoury's taut, suspenseful drama 'Selling Kabul.'
For his feature directing debut, Creed III star Michael B. Jordan turns in a solid but exceedingly safe fight drama.
Goran Stolevski's 'Of an Age' strikes universal chords of love and attraction in a very specifically queer story.
Olivia Colman dazzles in "Empire of Light," writer-director Sam Mendes' complicated ode to movies, melancholy, and friendship
'My Policeman' makes the gay guy suffer in this tragic triangle of a cop, his wife, and his male lover.
Despite heartfelt performances, 'When Time Got Louder' is a film severely short on realism and imagination.
Ana de Armas sulks and sizzles as Marilyn Monroe in 'Blonde,' a sultry, one-note fever dream of a fictionalized biopic.