‘The Devil Has a Name’ Review: Kate Bosworth Gives a Diabolical Turn in This Scrambled Skewering of Corporate Self-Interest

In “Battlestar Galactica” star and sometime director Edward James Olmos’ “The Devil Has a Name,” corporate America is poisoning the little guy, again. Call me cynical, but that will hardly come as a surprise to most audiences, who’ve been watching … Read more…

HHW Gaming Review: ‘Star Wars: Squadrons’ Delivers The Authentic ‘Star Wars’ Experience Fans Will Love

Source: EA / Motive Studios Does Motive Studios/EA’s Star Wars: Squadrons deliver the authentic experience of hopping into your favorite starfighter from the iconic films? It most certainly does. Like the Star Wars films, there have been a sh*t load … Read more…

Dr. Jart+’s Ceramidin Body Lotion Is Saving My Dry, Sensitive Limbs This Fall — Review

Dr. Jart+’s Ceramidin Body Lotion is packed with hydrating ingredients, like ceramides and hyaluronic acid, to help strengthen and repair dry distressed skin. Allure writer Kaleigh Fasanella shares how the cream’s been benefiting her ultra-dry skin this season. Allure BEST … Read more…

‘Sno Babies’ Review: A Teens-on-Heroin Drama Is Like ‘Requiem for a Dream’ as a YA Soap Opera

When you hear the words “functional drug addict,” you tend to picture an adult — the physician quietly prescribing pharmaceuticals to himself, the cashier powering through a shift on amphetamines, the stay-at-home mom who gets by each day by getting … Read more…

Touchland Power Mist Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer Smells and Feels Amazing — Review

Touchland Power Mist Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer is a non-drying hand-sanitizing spray available in several delicious scents. It eliminates more than 99 percent of germs and leaves hands smelling great without stickiness, and now it’s an Allure Beauty of Beauty Award … Read more…

‘Shadow in the Cloud’ Review: Chloë Grace Moretz’s Feminist, High-Flying Monster Movie Is a Blast

Some films demand a willing suspension of disbelief, expecting audiences to put aside quibbles of what’s plausible, probable or even possible. Roseanne Liang’s “Shadow in the Cloud” parts ways with credibility altogether. This insanely entertaining high-altitude horror movie — which … Read more…

‘Preparations To Be Together For An Unknown Period Of Time’ Review: Superb Noirish Hungarian Drama

Slippery, supple and sinuous, Hungarian director Lili Horvát’s deliciously reworked psychological noir is a spiral staircase, polished to a glossy shine, down which unreliable motivations, self-delusions and romantic obsessions tumble in gorgeous 35mm. Pivoting on a terrifically self-possessed performance from … Read more…

‘Wolfwalkers’ Review: What Big Eyes You’ll Have Watching Tomm Moore’s Environmental Fairy Tale

A decade ago, Tomm Moore startled the world by landing an Oscar nomination for “The Secret of Kells,” an independent animated feature that wowed those who saw it with its distinctive look (extrapolated from illuminated manuscripts) and near-phosphorescent palette (leaves … Read more…

‘Limbo’ Review: The Refugee Crisis Takes an Offbeat Comic Turn in This Toronto-via-Cannes Premiere

Spartan and wind-whipped and 25 miles from the already far-flung mainland of northern Scotland, the Uist Islands would be a disorienting place for most outsiders to find themselves stranded for an indefinite amount of time — and that’s without the … Read more…