A treasure of a documentary, covering a cultural phenomenon with clarity, nuance, and responsibility.
The French auteur's latest has a lot on its mind, and no real way of tying it all together.
Based on a particularly grim Grimm Brothers fairy tale featuring dark magic, dismemberment and a dash of cannibalism, Nietzchka Keene’s forgotten gem The Juniper Tree has been restored and returns to the
He speaks of The Exorcist with a passion and playfulness that makes this venture worthwhile.
Hirokazu Kore-eda's latest puts emotional truth at the forefront while softly reminding of us of the beauty that remains.
Depicting strength in femininity and intelligence in pain, Proxima is a necessary feat.
Martin Scorsese's latest is a masterwork of previous themes with new elements of excitement, despair, and wit.
Where Roma gave us poetry, Workforce gives us menace. That is not to suggest writer/director David Zonana’s new Mexico-set story is all spite and no charm, but this film and the team
A24’s latest triumph is an amalgamation of Frank Ocean melodies and stroboscopic visuals.
Gory comedy Deerskin delivers on this farcical premise in a fittingly turbulent style.
Rob Heydon's sophomore feature is devoid of any style or substance.