Hokusai “Paintings can change the world.” Hokusai is a period piece that explores the art world of Japan through a...
NYFF 2021: The French Dispatch Review What is it about Wes Anderson’s films? They’re stylish, playful, and poignant. They attract big-name stars that mix with relative...
Ultimately Junk Head is the cinematic equivalent of a raw, uncut diamond.
Fantasia Film Festival 2021
Here Before stars the great Andrea Riseborough as a mother who becomes obsessed with a neighbor girl with similarities to her dead daughter.
Leah Purcell stars in, writes, and directs an overstuffed adaptation of the classic Australian short story The Drover's Wife.
See You Then follows a trans woman as she reunites with a girlfriend she abruptly left years ago when she identified as a man.
The Spine of Night it a fantasy epic full of copious nudity and violence, and yet it somehow manages to be incredibly ugly and boring.
The vampire horror–comedy Jakob's Wife has a fun Barbara Crampton performance going for it, but that's about all worth seeing here.
Keith Thomas' debut feature The Vigil sometimes falls victims to horror clichés, but is lifted up by a strong lead performance.
Saint Maud provides a nuanced look at religious fanaticism with an explosive ending, anchored by a chilling lead performance.
Featuring not one but two Sia songs, this feel-good tale takes cliché head on and builds a triumphant story.
Shirley Review It’s been a banner year for unsettling Elisabeth Moss performances. One of the last films we were all allowed to watch in cinemas was...
Spanning from Serbia to Poland to Russia, The fully online 30th Cottbus Film Festival shows off the vitality of Eastern European cinema.
Fox Rich fights for the release of her husband, Rob, who is serving a 60-year sentence in prison.
No Body is Safe
1840s England, acclaimed but overlooked fossil hunter Mary Anning and a young woman sent to convalesce by the sea develop an intense relationship, altering both of...