Jeanette Nordahl's stylish and heart-stopping crime thriller is a debut not to be ignored.
After the underwhelming Sadako, Hirotaka Adachi's succeeds at resurrecting J-horror with Stare.
A modern and charming take on Groundhog Day that, while enjoyable, does not fully live up to its potential
Kim Yoon-seok's directorial debut, Another Child, delivers quietly emotionally performances from its talented cast.
Making its world premiere at Fantasia Festival, 'The Wretched' provides a fresh perspective on witchcraft.
Jennifer Reeder's genre-bending coming-of-age sophomore feature film is a unique exploration of grief.
A colorful film about four Japanese orphans who start a band.
Making its worldwide premiere at the Fantasia Festival, after an almost 30-year absence, the Critters franchise returns with its fifth installment.
The Art of Self-Defense is in many ways a modern retelling of Fight Club
Fantasia Festival opens with the return of one of the most frightening faces in horror.
A Warm and Funny Deep Dive into the Human Condition