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Apple TV And The Mysterious Case Of The Disappearing 4K Movies

The launch of the latest Apple TV streaming box just a couple of weeks ago was accompanied by much fanfare about its ability to stream 4K high dynamic range (HDR) movies from iTunes. Already, though, it seems that the latest Apple TV’s 4K dreams are turning into a weird nightmare for AV fans across the […]

Whoopi Goldberg Knows the Casting Couch Has Existed “Since Movies Began”

Whoopi Goldberg has a Grammy, an Oscar, a Tony, and both a daytime and primetime Emmy; she has the kind of career where she’s recognizable by her first name only. Which means she also has full awareness of the term “casting couch,” its connotations, and the industry that for too long has tolerated the abuse […]

Kevin Smith Donating Residuals from Weinstein-Made Movies to Women in Film

Kevin Smith‘s allegiance to Harvey Weinstein dissolved earlier this month amid reports that the now-disgraced movie mogul had sexually assaulted or harassed dozens of women in the industry over the years. Related Lena Headey of ‘Game of Thrones’ Alleges Weinstein Sexual Harassment Actress claims she felt “completely powerless” after he invited her up to his […]

Love Scary Movies? Shudder Lets You Stream Them Year Round

Watching is The New York Times’s film and TV streaming recommendation website. Sign up for our three-times weekly newsletter here. As the old saying goes, ’tis the season for screamin’. But what if you like your scares year-round? Lucky for you, we’re in an age of niche streaming services like Shudder, which specializes in suspense, […]

The Scariest Non-Scary Movies of 2017

Want to hear a scary story? “2017.” All the news is bad. Everything is terrifying. Every tweet that doesn’t relate to Fiona the Hippo contains the threat of some disaster movie-style danger. I swear, if Fiona gets taken over by Russian bots, I’m climbing into my panic room sauna (which also doubles as a pop-up […]

Movies opening Friday, Oct. 20

Bending the Arc: Documentary about the doctors and activists who 30 years ago worked to improve life in a rural Haitian village. Breathe: Andy Serkis makes his directing debut in this biopic starring Andrew Garfield as Robin Cavendish and Claire Foy as his wife, who stands by him when he is stricken with polio and […]

The 25 Absolute Best Halloween Movies to Watch Right Now

best Halloween movies is guaranteed to contain something you’ll want to watch this Oct. 31. From the original Halloween to the cult classic Hocus Pocus, TIME has collated a list of the best scary, horror-filled, classic and Disney Halloween movies — as well as the best Halloween movies of 2017 so far. Best Halloween Movies […]

Ten must-see movies from the Philadelphia Film Festival

The Philadelphia Film Festival, featuring films from Philadelphia and around the world, starts Thursday and runs through Oct. 29. While many of the movies at the fest will get a theatrical release in the Philadelphia area, many more can only be seen on the big screen here during the fest. But there are tons of movies […]

7 huge controversies that sank movies for good – from white washing to Mel Gibson

Not all publicity is good publicity. If people take offence to your movie en masse, riches and awards are unlikely to be glittering in your immediate future. The following films crashed and burned or quietly faded into insignificance after the public and the media turned against them. 1. Ghost in the Shell The Scarlett Johansson-starring […]

Star Wars: Han Solo movie’s official title announced

It may not look like much, but it’s got it where it counts. Throughout its production, the untitled “Young Han Solo” movie has been known as just that, but today director Ron Howard revealed its actual (much briefer) name. Solo. If you want to get technical, the film slated to debut on May 25 is Solo: […]