Waves

Writer/Director/Co-Editor Trey Edward Shults has spent his career thus far exploring the inner workings of broken families, from his breakout debut feature, "Krisha", to his ambiguous and bleak 2017 masterpiece, [...]

Honey Boy

Shia LaBeouf, the former child actor, former teenage heartthrob who once starred in mainstream Hollywood blockbusters, who then became a more serious artist, in which he co-starred in Andrea Arnold's [...]

Dark Waters

Often message movies about environmental issues can become heavy-handed, yet "Dark Waters", the eighth feature film by acclaimed director Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven, Carol) unravels itself in a sophisticated [...]

Queen & Slim

The 2010's have been an astonishing decade for bold, diverse storytellers. Emerging filmmakers such as Barry Jenkins, Ava Duvernay, Jordan Peele and Steve McQueen all making their own dent in [...]

Frozen II

Six years ago, Disney released Frozen, a new take on the classic fairy tale “The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian Anderson. While there was no doubt that it was going [...]

Ford v Ferrari

Making quite the switch in gears from his critical and financial game-changer, 2017’s “Logan”, Director James Mangold has now decided to tackle an inspiring, true American story. Set in 1966, [...]

Dolemite Is My Name

Based on the life of Blaxploitation actor, comedian, and pioneering independent movie producer Rudy Ray Moore, Director Craig Brewer's (Hustle and Flow, Black Snake Moan) latest film "Dolemite Is My [...]

3 From Hell

It’s been nearly 15 years since the release of “The Devil’s Rejects”, the unlikely sequel to writer/director Rob Zombie’s first feature, “House of 1,000 Corpses”. “Rejects”, a film that polarized [...]

Good Boys

For as long as the genre has existed, comedies have attempted to test the limits of what can be shown on screen. Sure, their main goal is to make us [...]