Spaceman

Since Adam Sandler's role in the hit Safdie brothers thriller Uncut Gems, which helped redefine a new chapter in his career, the Sandman has been experimenting more with the kinds [...]

Amelia’s Children

If you are a horror fan, you are probably conscious of the contrasts between American and foreign genre films. Mainstream Hollywood productions frequently offer a commercial look and feel, while [...]

Dune: Part Two

After impressing audiences and critics with the deserts of Arrakis in 2021 with Dune: Part One, the grandiose space opera continues on in Dune: Part Two. The middle section of [...]

Drive-Away Dolls

With Drive-Away Dolls, his second solo feature without brother Joel, iconic filmmaker Ethan Coen proves that, along with his lifetime editor and wife Tricia Cooke, they too can produce a [...]

Driving Madaleine

With Driving Madaleine, director and co-writer Christian Caron, has wrought a minor miracle, in terms of striking a balance between comedy and drama, and between philosophy and action, all of [...]

Stopmotion

Horror films focused on artists dealing with madness are certainly nothing new. From the great Vincent Price in House of Wax, to Jack Nicholson in The Shining, to Yahya Abdul-Mateen [...]

About Dry Grasses

Turkish filmmaker Nuri Bilge Ceylan continues his grandiose creative momentum with his latest art-house dramatic epic, About Dry Grasses. With his 2014 Palme d'Or winner Winter Sleep (which made my [...]

Io Capitano

Io Capitano marks a significant comeback for a well-known Italian filmmaker Matteo Garrone (Gomorrah, Tale of Tales, Dogman). The harrowing feature takes viewers into a visceral world of migrant struggles [...]

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