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Werewolf by Night slays with ghoulish and cheesy style

The new Hellraiser’s gory fun only cuts skin deep

Overwatch is dead; long live Overwatch 2

FIFA 23 is a surprising change of pace for the franchise

Warcry is Warhammer at its best, and the new second edition proves it

Bros’ perfectly tuned romantic comedy buckles under the weight of the gay rom-com milestone

Anya Taylor-Joy owns the dark and twisty mayhem of The Menu

Vesper gives the apocalypse a pretty face and an ugly heart

Athena erupts as one long protest-driven action climax

Bullet-hell FPS Hyper Demon is like staring point-blank into an eldritch stargate

Smile tickles the brain and terrifies without remorse

Don’t Worry Darling, it’s exactly what you think

Catherine Called Birdy does book-to-film adaptation the right way

No Place for Bravery’s Sekiro-esque combat isn’t punishing — it’s unfair

Return to Monkey Island confidently clings to its powerful DNA

Drifting Home doubles down on Penguin Highway’s fantasy and friction

One of the decade’s best horror films is back — in the worst form

NBA 2K23 is the most inspired sports game in years

See How They Run turns the world’s most famous whodunit into a big meta gag

Netflix’s Do Revenge is the caustic Mean Girls successor we all needed

Jon Hamm finally found a movie that fits his knack for comedy

Tekken: Bloodline proves yet again that Tekken should only be a video game

The People’s Joker, a hilarious trans riff on DC characters, shut down over ‘rights issues’

George A. Romero’s ‘lost film’ is terrible, but horror fans are right to be excited

Pearl cements Mia Goth’s place as a true horror icon

Darren Aronofsky’s The Whale is an act of hate disguised as tough love

Cyberpunk: Edgerunners blows past Cyberpunk 2077 to be its own visually ecstatic ride

The Woman King has a fierce fire in its belly

Metal: Hellsinger puts on one hell of a show

Steven Spielberg turned his origin story into one of his best movies: The Fabelmans

Four years later, Warhammer: Vermintide 2 has emerged from Left 4 Dead’s shadow

Daniel Radcliffe commits to the bit 10,000% in Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

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