Matt Singer is the managing editor and film critic of the website ScreenCrush.com. For five years, he was the on-air host of IFC News on the Independent Film Channel, hosting coverage of film festivals and red carpets around the world. He’s been a frequent contributor to the television shows CBS This Morning Saturday and Ebert Presents At the Movies, and his writing has also appeared in print and online at The Village Voice, The Dissolve, and Indiewire.
‘Happy Death Day 2U’ Review: This Slasher Comedy Still Kills Again and Again and Again
The sequel to the ‘Groundhog Day’-style slasher film still works.
Urban Outfitters Is Now Selling Old VHS Tapes
5 tapes for $40? Analog nostalgia finally comes to the movies.
The ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Could Debut on Netflix, Is a Jesse Pinkman Story
The film will reportedly focus on Aaron Paul’s Jesse after the events of the series.
What You Need to Know Before You See ‘Happy Death Day 2U’
Need a recap of the original movie? Here it is.
Who Is Jude Law Playing in ‘Captain Marvel’?
(If you don’t want to know, don’t look at his Captain Marvel action figure.)
‘Tolkien’ Trailer: Meet the Lord of the ‘Lord of the Rings’
Watch the trailer for the biopic about the life of the man who gave us ‘The Hobbit’ and Middle-Earth.
Will Smith’s Genie Is the Star of the New ‘Aladdin’ Trailer
He is very ... blue.
Watch the Trailer for the Female-Driven ‘Bad Boys’ Spinoff
‘L.A.’s Finest’ features Jessica Alba and Gabrielle Union, playing her character from ‘Bad Boys II.’
‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ Is Still Based on James Gunn’s Script
Chris Pratt confirmed the film is moving ahead, and that Marvel hasn’t abandoned Gunn’s script for the movie.
‘Child’s Play’ Reboot Trailer: Friends Til the End (Of the Franchise)
Chucky is back in a new version of the classic ’80s horror film. Watch the trailer now!
Woody Allen Sues Amazon For Refusing to Release His Movie
He completed ‘A Rainy Day in New York’ and then the studio never distributed it.
Report: The Muppets Are Getting a Show on Disney’s Streaming Service
Kermit, Miss Piggy, and the rest might be coming back to TV for the digital age.