Shirley

Elisabeth Moss is on a streak of many first-rate performances as of late. See her in "The Invisible Man," "Her Smell," and "Queen of Earth." She once again delivers another [...]

End of Sentence

It has taken the newcomer producer-turned-director Elfar Adalsteins eight years to get his debut feature film off the ground, aptly titled "End of Sentence."His first feature is an overly familiar but multi-nuanced melodrama about the fragile relationship between a father and son (superbly played by John Hawkes and Logan Lerman), whose vulnerabilities and dynamics go through transitions and reconciliation upon their trip from [...]

Capone

It wasn't long ago when the career of up-and-coming filmmaker Josh Trank seemed destined for nothing but greatness. His directorial feature Chronicle put a fresh spin on the dying "found [...]

Spaceship Earth

The subtext of Matt Wolf's highly essential documentary, “Spaceship Earth ,” is just as relevant as the text, in this case, a rather straightforward documentary about a group of scientists [...]

The Wretched

It’s often difficult for any modern horror flick to feel fresh or become a game changer particularly in the case of this low-budget, homegrown film produced here in Michigan (reportedly [...]

Deerskin

A oddly callous, offbeat quirky dark comedy, “Deerskin” emerges as one of the most unpredictable films to be released so far this year, a small, absurdist and well-scripted film that's [...]

Beanpole

At once a deeply compelling character study and an affecting human melodrama, "Beanpole" begins in Liningard, Russia 1945, right after Russia's involvement in WW2,  and the film runs all the [...]