Hi there! Happy M3GAN day to all who celebrate. And if you aren’t already obsessed with the AI babysitter who dances in between brutal murders, now is the time to fall under her spell. Of course, if you prefer your darkness without levity or camp, you have Women Talking, Netflix’s The Pale Blue Eye, and plenty more dramas to help bounce back from your holiday movie sugar crash.
When your sibling dies and you have custody of their young child, what do you do? You fast-track your A.I. project to handle childcare duties, of course. But unfortunately, Allison Williams’ Model 3 Generative Android is a little too dedicated to her charge in this meme-rrific thriller.
Emily Hampshire (Schitt’s Creek) is trapped on an oil rig by a mysterious fog that has cut off all communication with the outside world in this Scottish-set, six-episode series that promises to be a dose of supernatural fun this month.
Ever wanted to see the kitchen drama spill into a living room? This new reality series puts its 11 chefs together in the kitchen and in one house—and they are the judges, as well. Think of it as Survivor with a microplane.
Apple TV+ released the first trailer for Season 2 of Foundation, its epic sci-fi adaptation of Isaac Asimov's literary work. The story follows a group of renegades who challenge the Galactic Empire to prevent the destruction of humanity. The new season won’t arrive until summer, but the first season is available to stream now.
Chucky might have to share his throne. A new doll has come to slay now that M3GAN is finally in theaters.
“Its creators are so clearly on the same insane wavelength, nimbly blending camp and social satire and actual terror, that M3GAN is poised to crack the murder-doll pantheon and stay there forever.” — Kate Erbland, IndieWire
“M3GAN can’t be written off as a lark. Johnstone’s film captures the same alchemical blend of heart, humor and havoc you find only rarely, in crossover classics like Gremlins, and it yields more entertainment than most would-be blockbusters.” — William Bibbiana, The Wrap
“M3GAN gives us a handful of shocking horror scenes that will have you both shielding your eyes and laughing out loud. Because while M3GAN’s subject matter is deadly serious, the way it handles its horror is not.” — Germaine Lussier, Gizmodo