From Fantasia Fest 2020, this adaptation of an early ‘70s manga is darkly seductive, but gets a bit lost in the shadows.
This devastating story of a mother searching for her son who went missing crossing the Mexican border shows that the pain of loss and the power of maternal love knows no bounds.
Tsai Ming-liang’s film about the final days of a doomed picturehouse is a loving celebration of the pure pleasure of moviegoing.
One giant woman, one tiny man, and one giant leap human connection. It only takes a moment to touch someone emotionally and make them feel heard. That is the big-hearted message of
Netflix’s musical romp has plenty of energy and catchy music, but falls short of doing its characters and story justice.
Wander Darkly, which explores the uncertainty between life and death, is less effective as a thriller than it is as a searing story of a troubled relationship.
'The Werewolf of Washington' might have exploded out of Watergate, but this 1973 horror-comedy feels like it was born out of the flames of the current political dumpster fire.
This quirky comedy is a joyride of misfits in middle America.
Irish boys accidentally awaken vampires, and unleash hilarity.
An anthology of student films from the 1970s shows horror and filmmaking stars being born.
This documentary is a loving celebration of the wacky fans of 'The Monster Squad'.