A treasure of a documentary, covering a cultural phenomenon with clarity, nuance, and responsibility.
Billie Piper steps behind the camera for a messy but fascinating anti rom-com.
Cosmo Jarvis' sensitive performance anchors Nick Rowland's directorial debut.
Mirrah Foulkes filters Tarantino through The Brothers Grimm in this ineffective fairy tale satire.
Writer-Director Joe Begos' latest film, Bliss, neatly fits into this insufficiency of vampire films and violently thrusts the genre back into relevancy
Saving the world, as it turns out, is a difficult business.
In competition for Documentary at this year’s 55th Chicago International Film Festival, Forman vs. Forman takes a look into the life of Czech director Milos Forman.
Hailing from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, the co-directors crank up the levels of absurdity in their first feature.
The director of Stephen King's 1922 returns with another unremarkable horror.
Bacurau is a tale of political resistance of a community threatened by imperialist forces.
The Whisters is an artful take on the action genre that heavily relies on inspiration from classic cinema — such as the suspenseful noir thrillers of old.