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.
Benh Zeitlin's sophomore feature explores the joys of childhood and the challenges of growing up.
Brea Grant's '12 Hour Shift' shines with bloody comedy and terrific performances.
This haunted-house story offers plenty of macabre mood and sumptuous visuals to carry viewers through a plot that is slightly lifeless.
1880, Minnesota: the plains of the frontier are a wide-open expanse filled with possibility. When three Norwegian sisters settle into their remote home, there seems to be nobody around for miles… and
This creepy take on a creature offering riches for teeth has admirable effects but could offer more in the way of scares.
Faye Jackson’s monstrous take on motherhood gives little plot explanation but has plenty to keep you up at night.
'Lucky' boldly explores the fear women experience every day.
A crime-chasing thriller that effortlessly uncovers the burden of family sacrifice.
Kaufman's latest is never less than enthralling but in the end not much more than that either.
This Canadian home-invasion horror explodes with mayhem but can't patch together a coherent plot.