This fictional trip to the dentist is more painful than an actual trip to the dentist
Gamhee (Kim Minhee) hasn’t been away from her husband for a single day in five years. We know this fact well because she repeats it three...
Taking place at the turn of the 20th century, Competition entry 'All The Dead Ones' can't find a way to effectively take off.
I've seen the world, been to many places
Christian Petzold moves the classic 'Undine' myth to Berlin in this strange yet underwhelming film. Read our review!
Through stark black-and-white images, the unorthodox 'Gunda' forces you to recognise the sentience of animals.
Kelly Reichardt's tale of baking on the frontier, 'First Cow' is a gentle and whimsical tale guaranteed to make you smile.
Written and co-directed while he was in Russian jail, Oleg Sentsov returns with 'Numbers' — a Brechtian critique of authoritarianism.
Pixar perfect the formula to magical results.
'Westworld' star Sidse Babett Knudsen is a terrifying matriarch in Danish gangster tale 'Wildland', which ultimately disappoints.
Is there anything that helps push the best of ourselves to the forefront more than guilt weighing down on a tender conscious? The very realities of...
Filmmaker Ant Timpson has been on the horror scene for years, producing some of my favourite genre films including the critically acclaimed Housebound, Turbo Kid and...
The Night House evolves from a simple haunted house story to a chilling examination of grief, with plenty of spooky noises along the way.
Eliz Hittman's 'Never Rarely Sometimes Always' explores the humiliations and obstacles that block women's paths to abortion throughout the US.
Joko Anwar's 'Impetigore' is a chilling film enlivened by a great sense of dialog, even if it sometimes slips into parody.
Alan Ball's 'Uncle Frank' wants to be a heartwarming coming-of-age tale, but the turn from comedy to melodrama will give you whiplash.
'Rock, Paper and Scissors' sets up a deadly parlour game. This reviewer wasn't particularly interested in the outcome.
'Tito' is a strange and shaggy film, crossing horror with the weed comedy to interesting and provocative results.
We all like to think we’d do the right thing in a moment of danger and look after others before thinking of our own wellbeing. Or...
St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein's film isn't committed enough to craziness to make a good midnight movie or funny enough to be worth your time.