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 [...]

Slalom

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 [...]