From Fantasia Fest 2020, this adaptation of an early ‘70s manga is darkly seductive, but gets a bit lost in the shadows.
Darkness explores complex topics, and the acting is admirable in capturing the raw emotions behind this heightened situation, but it leaves a bit too much shrouded in the shadows.
A handyman and a ghost discover kindred spirits in each other in the house they live in.
While students everywhere fear disciplinary action, some punishments are far more grave than being forced to attend detention outside school hours. In 1962, Taiwan was under martial law, and Detention takes us
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This vibrant 1990 horror-comedy leads us straight to delicious temptation.
Michelle Pfeiffer dazzles as a near-destitute heiress in this surreal comedy.
An adopted woman in Dublin seeks out her birth mother in this cold and dark tale of performance and false appearance.
This madcap story reinvents the exorcism genre and resurrects disturbing family demons.
Writer’s block has never been so brutal as it is in this new horror restoration.
These short films interrogate land appropriation, national origin, and family legacy with lyricism.