Dixon's film is a harrowing but illuminating watch, and an excoriating exhibition of why Black subjects need Black documentarians and cultural interpreters more often than not.
Tilman Singer's Luz, as confounding as it is hypnotic, is one of the more fascinating horror films of the past few years.
A colorful film about four Japanese orphans who start a band.
Julia Hart's Fast Color is a superhero film unlike any other.
Making its worldwide premiere at the Fantasia Festival, after an almost 30-year absence, the Critters franchise returns with its fifth installment.
Crawl is a surprisingly entertaining and terrifying summer horror movie.
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.
Despite its staggering technical achievements, Jon Favreau's remake of The Lion King is little more than a pale imitation.
Spider-Man: Far From Home, directed by the returning Jon Watts, takes place a few months after Avengers: Endgame, after half of the world’s population erased by Thanos’ “snap” was miraculously restored. Thanks
Midsommar is a breakup movie at it's most provocative and surreal.