From Fantasia Fest 2020, this adaptation of an early ‘70s manga is darkly seductive, but gets a bit lost in the shadows.
Michael Reich's semi-autobiographical tale of a dog groomer/aspiring moviemaker offers a bottomless supply of lo-fi bizarreness.
Director Anna Biller creates lavishly production-designed fantasias that enact nightmares of the feminine imagination.
This Thanksgiving, Katie Duggan recounts the best festive films to be grateful for.
Weird Weekend 2019 presents two subversive films about teenagerdom from 1990s DIY filmmaker Sarah Jacobson.
Thirty years since the release of "When Harry Met Sally..." its subversive influence on the rom-com remains, showing us that course of true love never did run smooth (or short).
Nobuhiko Obayashi's 1977 'House' is a mind-boggling ghostly extravaganza.
For Pride Month, Katie Duggan exalts the camp pleasures of iconic director John Waters and his queer cinematic universe.
Chantal Akerman’s 1977 avant-garde documentary News from Home is a story of displacement.
We're living in the future. Or at least what was once the future; there was a point even in recent history when the year 2019 seemed far away. Ridley Scott’s science-fiction classic