Synapse Films's restoration of Suspiria is revelatory and head-spinning, essentially serving as a portable guided tour of a decadent horror museum.
This agelessness of David Cronenberg’s films springs from an uncommon authorial focus.
Yakuza 6 is running on a new engine, which is noticeable in the improved graphics and the absence of loading screens.
The Lara Croft of Roar Uthaug's Tomb Raider is somehow more programmatic than her computer-generated counterpart.
Love, Simon is a charmingly heartfelt portrait of a teenage boy about to leave the closet behind.