From Fantasia Fest 2020, this adaptation of an early ‘70s manga is darkly seductive, but gets a bit lost in the shadows.
This documentary of the history of folk horror is encyclopedic and academic, and casts a rapturous spell on viewers hungry for knowledge.
Radically experimental Catalan filmmaker Pere Portabella creates a mesmerizingly metacinematic vampire story like no other.
This documentary unraveling an invented Holocaust tale questions the nature of truth and self-deception, but never quite provides satisfying answers.
Pacho Velez’s portrait of a diverse bunch of seekers on dating apps may be a little skeptical of online romance, but celebrates the universal desire for companionship.
Two sets of parents discuss tragedy and blame in a riveting single-location, real-time drama.
This internet horror coming-of-age tale explores the danger of online role-playing and the power of digital self-creation.
13-year-old John (Charlie Shotwell) discovers a hole — an unfinished bunker — in his backyard, and it becomes a sort of playground for him. But the fun he has in mind is
This surreal fantasy of a dream auditor perfectly captures the bizarre logic and beautiful nonsense of dreaming.
This mother-daughter comedy of scams, schemes, and economic precarity is full of eccentricity, but not quite enough to sustain the experience.
Edgar Wright’s documentary debut is a firecracker of a music film celebrating the pop duo Sparks.