From Fantasia Fest 2020, this adaptation of an early ‘70s manga is darkly seductive, but gets a bit lost in the shadows.
This imaginative time travel story with an edge is one we wouldn’t mind reliving again and again.
Anna Chazelle's directorial debut is an effective but not particularly innovative horror-thriller about loneliness and loss.
This haunted-house story offers plenty of macabre mood and sumptuous visuals to carry viewers through a plot that is slightly lifeless.
1880, Minnesota: the plains of the frontier are a wide-open expanse filled with possibility. When three Norwegian sisters settle into their remote home, there seems to be nobody around for miles… and
This creepy take on a creature offering riches for teeth has admirable effects but could offer more in the way of scares.
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.