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.
Disney Streaming Service Will Feature ‘Monsters Inc.’ Series
Disney+ originals will also include a ‘Rogue One’ prequel and a female-led ‘High Fidelity’ series.
You Can Watch ‘Black Panther‘ For Free in Theaters This February
The mega-blockbuster is returning to theaters next month - with free tickets for all.
‘Aquaman’ Is Now the Biggest DC Comics Movie Ever, Sequel in Development
Plus, a sequel is in development.
Everything Coming to Hulu in February
Tons of good movies and shows are coming to the streaming service next month.
Jeff Bridges Teases the Return of ‘The Big Lebowski’ in Mystery Project
The Dude is back on February 3. But in what?
What’s Leaving Netflix in February 2019
You’ve got days and weeks to watch these movies and shows before they’re gone.
Everything Coming to Netflix in February 2019
New movies from Steven Soderbergh and Dan Gilroy and a series based on ‘The Umbrella Academy’ will all be added next month.
Report: Netflix ‘Would Lose 57 Percent of Their Subscribers If They Added Commercials’
An interesting study reveals the huge impact commercials would have on Netflix’s audience.
People In Sweden Are Watching Movies in Coffins Now
A film festival is showing an apocalyptic movie in a specially designed coffin to enhance the experience.
A ‘Monopoly’ Movie Passes Go, Will Collect At Least $200 at the Box Office
Unless the whole project gets stuck in movie jail.
The Price of Your Netflix Subscription Is About to Go Up
Netflix is raising rates on new and existing customers.
‘Criminal Minds’ Will Finally End After Its 15th Season
By then the show will have produced 325 episodes. That’s a lot of criminal minds.