Mortal Kombat

With video game movies getting a slightly better reputation in recent years, it makes sense to revisit the classic game franchise that also helped usher in "video game movies" as [...]


Nuanced and unsettling, Charlène Favier’s Slalom, the debut French film from Charlène Favier, tells the story of an inadequate relationship between an unfathomable ski coach and his highly insecure teenager [...]

Shiva Baby

Emma Seligman’s debut feature Shiva Baby, chronicles the day of a nettlesome Shiva family gathering with prudent humor, occasionally fragile drama and plenty of anxiety. At least once in our [...]

Godzilla vs Kong

In a time where mega-blockbusters have been sidelined due to the pandemic, Godzilla vs Kong feels like a welcome return to the kind of film destined to be experienced on [...]

The Father

A truly devastating and shattering drama about dementia, director and co-adapted by Florian Zeller based on his own play. The Father holds some Bergmanesque moments to chronicle the life of [...]

Test Pattern

We just recently had the highly acclaimed  Never Rarely Sometimes Always, Eliza Hittman's small-budget indie masterpiece that also explored women reproductive rights, for Test Pattern, the film also explores women's [...]

Malcolm & Marie

Malcolm (John David Washington), an up-and-coming film director, and his girlfriend, Marie (Zendaya) a former actress, return home late after a successful film premiere. Off the high of strong buzz [...]