Franz Jägerstätter denies allegiance to Hitler, and what ensues is a conflict of family and faith.
Cynical and dangerous or brilliant and creative, Joker finds itself at the center of controversy!
Quentin Tarantino’s 9th film is a fascinating, slow-paced, deeply moving love-letter to 1969’s Hollywood, and anyone else in a crisis.
Is there such a thing as a good lie?
By the end of this episode, you’ll be ready to punch with your feet and kick with your fists!
What’s it like to return home when you feel you don’t belong?
You’re in a hospital bed, searing headache, missing two teeth, but the worst thing is that The Beatles never existed!
The only way to tell his story is to live his fantasy, and in some sense, you’re sure to relate a little more than you’d expect.
The status is so not quo and Dr. Horrible’s ready to make a change, but he didn’t bargain to make such a real-life statement regarding digital distribution. Say what!?
Advertised as a strange amalgamation of Romantic Comedy and Kaiju Disaster film, what’s so special about one of the biggest commercial flops on the last few years?