The Film Daze team picks films they'd like to see in the Criterion Collection.
For Pride Month, Katie Duggan exalts the camp pleasures of iconic director John Waters and his queer cinematic universe.
David Lynch's detachment is what makes his movies so relatable in Europe. But is this a good thing?
Jone's debut never quite asks the elephantine questions of its preceding sci-fi epics but instead endeavours to question the very concepts of emotion and connection. Without which, are we truly human at
The director's films are ranked, from his 1980 debut 'Permanent Vacation' to this year's 'The Dead Don't Die'
Brian De Palma has proven again and again over his decades-long career to be one of cinema's finest provocateurs, fascinated with how people can manipulate images and how those images can, in
Nisa Khan looks back at Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 15 years later.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a masterpiece of direction and storytelling, and a haunting look to a past that is still, unfortunately, a reality.
Alien is still an exceptional horror 40 years later
A decidedly less depressing melodrama feature from Makoto Shinkai, the famed director of Byōsoku Go Senchimētoru (5 Centimeters per Second, 2007) and Koto no ha no Niwa (The Garden of Words, 2013),