This documentary of the history of folk horror is encyclopedic and academic, and casts a rapturous spell on viewers hungry for knowledge.
Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield lead an immensely talented ensemble of performers through a confounding tragedy of American moralities.
Although a familiar tale, The World to Come offers breathtaking filmmaking in this lesbian romance.
This Sundance movie is a weak shot of unconvincing iconoclasm, riddled with inconsistency and faux profundity.
This documentary unraveling an invented Holocaust tale questions the nature of truth and self-deception, but never quite provides satisfying answers.
Darren Knapp and Manuel Crosby have created an exhausting, off-putting adventure that's relentlessly puerile and shallow.
'Mayday' is a bold film that shines brightly despite losing some of its daring as the narrative progresses.
Although much of it feels like it could cut deeper and hit harder, 'Land' is a sincere and solid first feature from Wright.
Pacho Velez’s portrait of a diverse bunch of seekers on dating apps may be a little skeptical of online romance, but celebrates the universal desire for companionship.
Two sets of parents discuss tragedy and blame in a riveting single-location, real-time drama.
This internet horror coming-of-age tale explores the danger of online role-playing and the power of digital self-creation.