This documentary of the history of folk horror is encyclopedic and academic, and casts a rapturous spell on viewers hungry for knowledge.
'I Was A Simple Man' is quiet, stunning, and incredibly heartfelt in its exploration of time and history.
Religious tradition and social change come to a head in this comprehensive documentary from Sundance about a group of nuns who challenged the Catholic Church in the '60s.
Through frank realism and compelling performances, Jerrod Carmichael and Christopher Abbott achieve a splendid high-wire balance of tight comedy and meaningful emotion in 'On the Count of Three'.
'Censor' offers 1980s horror nostalgia as well as complex themes surrounding trauama.
This drama in both ASL and English about a child of Deaf adults celebrates family and the beauty of visual and cinematic language.
A morose, lifeless condemnation of despicable people, for no discernible reason.
A treasure of a documentary, covering a cultural phenomenon with clarity, nuance, and responsibility.
This quirky comedy is a joyride of misfits in middle America.
Irish boys accidentally awaken vampires, and unleash hilarity.
An anthology of student films from the 1970s shows horror and filmmaking stars being born.