Director Anna Biller creates lavishly production-designed fantasias that enact nightmares of the feminine imagination.
Faye Jackson’s monstrous take on motherhood gives little plot explanation but has plenty to keep you up at night.
This Canadian home-invasion horror explodes with mayhem but can't patch together a coherent plot.
This eco-horror story about fracking in working-class America is terrifyingly relevant.
This celebration of ‘The Evil Dead’ devotees celebrates the strange bonds between humans (and demons and spirits).
This story of life after prison shows one formerly incarcerated man’s brutal struggle to make it in the world.
The final film from the imagination of this legendary Japanese director is an epic anti-war wonder.
This stripped-down, dialogue driven film is a riveting testament to the power of good storytelling.
From Fantasia Fest 2020, this adaptation of an early ‘70s manga is darkly seductive, but gets a bit lost in the shadows.
This documentary about Raël, the leader of a UFO new religious movement, is a quirky character study, but falls short of any major new revelations on the role of religion.
45 years on, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is still a thrilling blast.