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 [...]


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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