Repetitive elements and a disappointingly ambiguous ending aside, this low-budget pic is still gritty and rather entertaining.
A girl slaughters to bring her car to life - literally - in this Ozploitation wannabe misfire.
We interview the Oscar-nominated, Emmy Award-winning actress and discuss her role in the acclaimed sci-fi series...
We talk to the Oscar-nominated screenwriter behind 'Children of Men' and 'Iron Man' about bringing the acclaimed sci-fi series to life.
Patience in the sombre and convoluted tale has been more than worthwhile.
It's bad, folks. It’s really, really bad.
'Taboo' loves to test the patience of its audience. Episode 6 pays it all back and then some.
Complete with downright awful CGI. You know, the thing that could help this kind of film.
Bolstered by a great performance from rising star Jessica Rothe ('La La Land').
It isn’t all total gloom though.
The anthology series kicks off with an interesting, well-told story that effectively balances out-there “sci-fi-ness” with impactful and relevant social observations.
"A jam-packed, important (and excellent) episode."
The film smoothly throttles you between horror and levity, resulting in more intense frights and heartier laughs.