Beach Rats is a dark and brutal portrayal of male masculinity and sexuality.
'Yes, God, Yes' feels new and specific to the character because of its commitment to sex positivity.
Through her 'mockumentary' styled films, Cheryl Dunye gave insight into the way Black lesbians construct the world around themselves.
Artemis Fowl pinpoints everything that made the source material so charismatic and sandpapers it down.
Harboring new filmmaking techniques and similarly daunting atmospheres, The Last Picture Show and Nashville both imbibe a new understanding of American values, proposing America as a malleable idea rather than simply a
This Thanksgiving, Katie Duggan recounts the best festive films to be grateful for.
Imogen Poots can't quite save Lorcan Finnegan's suburban pastiche from feeling like an overlong 'Black Mirror' episode.
Billie Piper steps behind the camera for a messy but fascinating anti rom-com.
Mirrah Foulkes filters Tarantino through The Brothers Grimm in this ineffective fairy tale satire.
"Adrenaline-fueled bombast, aesthetic flair, and two endlessly charming lead actors turn a somewhat antiquated script into a charming, exhilarating spectacle."
From the beginning to end, Sibyl deals with a beautiful mess of emotions that is a direct result of asinine decision making.