A Hero

In his first film since his 2016 Oscar winning The Salesman, Iranian filmmaker, Asghar Farhadi, once again merges social commentary with realism as he explores the lives of ordinary characters living day-to-day in [...]

Scream (2022)

Wes Craven's original masterpiece, Scream was a true turning point for the horror genre. As the genre saw the fall of the once-mighty slasher, writer Kevin Williamson flipped the genre upside [...]

The Lost Daughter

A dramatically satisfying drama about dissatisfied people attempting to escape from their regrets, The Lost Daughter shows actress-turned filmmaker Maggie Gyllenhaal some impressive strengths that were already evident in her [...]

The Hand of God

Considerably scaled down in scope and visual energy from his previous Oscar nominated existential films, The Great Beauty and Youth, Paulo Sorrentino's The Hand of God is an artfully crafted [...]

Nightmare Alley

In a far darker return to more macabre terrain after his Oscar win for The Shape of Water, Guillermo del Toro still finds his footing in genre filmmaking in the [...]

Encanto

This year has been on the low side of animated films, featuring only a few somewhat memorable entries such as Raya and the Last Dragon, Luca, and The Addams Family [...]

The Humans

Stephen Karams' experience as a playwright and screenwriter (The Seagull, Speech & Debate) delivers him promising directing skills in The Humans, a Thanksgiving family reunion dark comedy that is carried [...]

House of Gucci

Following the traditional rise and fall formula, where the main characters of the yarn rise from nothing and fall right after hitting the peak as the narrative unfolds, House of [...]