National Anthem

What could have been an opportunist film filled with queer archetypes and gazes, Luke Gifford's National Anthem instead is a visually poetic, sensually designed, and liberating adventure about the power [...]

Twisters

There's a framed story in Hollywood regarding the original pitch to Aliens, the sequel to Ridley Scott's Alien. Reportedly, James Cameron came into a room with studio execs, went up [...]

Fly Me to the Moon

Fly Me to the Moon, from director Greg Berlanti, is a fantasy concoction of commentary and conspiracy, with heaping helping of romantic comedy, in a creation that fails to fully ignite.

Oddity

Damian McCarthy's sophomore feature, Oddity, unconventionally explores classic themes, delivering a chilling story with plenty of quality scares.

Last Summer

Last Summer, the new film from Catherine Breilat, is based on the 2019 Danish film, Queen of Hearts. The result is a film that takes what Brielat is known for and [...]

Longlegs

The highly-anticipated Longlegs may not quite be what audiences expected, but it is one of the creepiest and most technically sound horror films in recent memory.

Green Border

Agnieszka Holland, the famed Polish director who is perhaps her nation’s best currently active filmmaker, has created both a film and a polemic, with her newest effort, Green Border. This brutally [...]

MaXXXine

Typically, the third film in a trilogy is given the most difficult task. Having to conclude the overarching story told over the previous two films is no easy task, and [...]

Kinds of Kindness

Yorgos Lanthimos's surrealist, wickedly funny horror/dark comedy Kinds of Kindness may be more in line with his earlier Greek films, but its otherworldly tone and rich style, with themes that [...]

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