The Hunt

Back in August, Blumhouse pulled the plug on its newest film The Hunt, a thriller about a human hunting expedition loosely based on the famous 1924 short story “The Most [...]

The Jesus Rolls

The Coen Brothers' hilarious 1998 cult classic about mistaken identity and deceit, "The Big Lebowski", is given a loose updating and spin-off with "The Jesus Rolls", a frenzied, unremarkable remake [...]

Onward

Pixar’s latest film symbolically ushers in a new era for the iconic studio. Their first 11 films from the first Toy Story to the third are sort of the Classic [...]

The Way Back

Director Gavin O'Connor has been one of the most consistent humanist filmmakers in mainstream cinema for well over a decade. Known for acclaimed dramas such as 2004's "Miracle" and 2011's [...]

Greed

Michael Winterbottom's latest film, "Greed" is his most overtly political comedy, a outraged satire on inequality that wears its political agenda on its sleeves but doesn't engage well on a [...]

Bacurau

If the term genre-blurring didn't exist, it would have to be destined to define Kleber Mendonca Filho's and Juliano Dornelles's Brazilian film "Bacurau," a delirious but distinctive post-modern Western political [...]