22 things we loved in 2022

2022's best films, TV shows and more— including Beyoncé, "Andor," "Jeopardy!," "Nona the Ninth," and a cute little shell with shoes on.

‘The Menu’ review: This horror-satire turns up the heat on foodie culture

“The Menu” director Mark Mylod comes to his latest film fresh off of a three-year run on HBO’s “Succession,” which — if you’ll excuse the pun — makes him ripe for satirizing the world of haute cuisine and the wealthy idiots who eat it. Katie Rife reviews this sharp horror film.

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ review: A superhero elegy

“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” faces a challenge well beyond that of the Marvel blockbuster: Grappling with the real-world loss of star Chadwick Boseman. Film critic Caroline Siede reviews this elegiac superhero sequel.

Now streaming: Harry Styles and Jennifer Lawrence lead quiet new dramas

Jennifer Lawrence kicks off a new phase of her career with the Apple TV+ PTSD drama “Causeway.” Meanwhile, over on Prime Video, Harry Styles delivers his second leading man performance of the year in the gay period romance “My Policeman.” FOX film critic Caroline Siede reviews.

Free family movie night: ‘The Secret of NIMH’ is creepy and captivating

"The Secret of NIMH" has it all: Animal testing, a brutal struggle between rival rat factions, a widowed mom with a sick kid and a potentially lethal housing crisis, an extremely creepy owl and, somehow, a "G" rating. In other words, it's the perfect kids movie for spooky season.

Screamworthy: Dive into the depths of ‘The Descent’

“The Descent” is often lauded as one of the best horror films of the last 20 years. It deserves that reputation. Culture writer Emma Fraser digs into a contemporary horror classic, just in time for Halloween.

Six more fall movies that could score big this awards season

Jennifer Lawrence returns with an intimate drama, Adam Driver confronts the apocalypse, Benoit Blanc is back on the case and Brendan Fraser, Gabrielle Union and Florence Pugh all start down the path to Oscar glory. Here's our take on six movies to watch for this fall.