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See For Me updates an all-time classic horror movie for the gamer age

That Time You Killed Me is a wacky murder mystery that mixes chess with time travel

The 355 continues the hot new streak of lousy lady action movies

Netflix’s movie Hilda and the Mountain King answers the series’ biggest mysteries

Tux and Fanny, the Instagram series-turned-game, is a delightful surprise

Peacemaker threads the needle with its edgelord humor

The Lost Daughter might be Netflix’s final film of 2021, but it’s spectacular

Jujutsu Kaisen 0 is gory, action-packed, and surprisingly welcoming to newcomers

Tatooine is the perfect setting for Book of Boba Fett’s survival epic

Guillermo del Toro’s dark fable Nightmare Alley shouldn’t go overlooked

Cobra Kai season 4 review: A spectacular bad guy brings a surprising rebirth

Review: A Charlie Brown Christmas

Dragons: The Nine Realms gives the How to Train Your Dragon universe a fresh 1,300-years-in-the-future start

Don’t Look Up is a hellishly unfunny ride through The Discourse

The King’s Man buttons up a franchise bent on mayhem

The astonishing, angry Matrix Resurrections deals with what’s real in a world where nothing is

Final Fantasy 14: Endwalker feels great when it works, but takes very few risks

The Witcher season 2 slays monsters and me

Nix Umbra is this year’s scariest and most enigmatic game

Rumble gives an underdog sports story a monster-packed makeover

Destiny 2’s Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack is the celebration it needed after a quiet year

Root: The Roleplaying Game is a delightfully blank slate, ready for adventure

Spider-Man: No Way Home: our spoiler-lite review

Polygon is updating its reviews program for 2018 — and saying farewell to scores

Red Rocket is the ultimate hangout with the ultimate dirtbag

Chorus is a great starfighting game, if you ignore the lore

Analogue Pocket review: It’s real and it rules

Riz Ahmed elevates Amazon’s new blunt sci-fi drama Encounter

Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story is a radical act of fervent fandom

The Expanse deserved more space to wrap up

Sandra Bullock can’t save The Unforgivable

Marvel’s Daredevil crossover is everything event comics should be, but rarely are