Bergman Island

Mia Hansen-Løve follows up her acclaimed and artful French dramas Things to Come, Eden, and Goodbye First Love, with Bergman Island, another ambiguous, clever, dreamy, and meta-driven script she also [...]

The Last Duel

In its visual grandeur and operatic style, The Last Duel, Ridley Scott's highly anticipated medieval epic that Scott has attempted to recapture the glory of his Oscar winning Best Picture [...]


Sensory, sporadically goofy and at times ominous, Valdimar Johansson's debut feature Lamb is a folklore surrealist dark comedy/horror thriller that delivers some great impact with arresting visuals and strong performances [...]

Blue Bayou

In the recent wake of political discourse, Justin Chon writes, directs and stars in his new feature, Blue Bayou that covers an overlooked problem that is the unfair treatment of [...]


James Wan has officially ran out of fucks to give. The Australian genre maestro has made a return to the genre that started his career after just a five year [...]

The Night House

David Bruckner, continues his horror sensibilities after the mixed 2017 horror film The Ritual, directed this psychological horror melodrama, starring Rebecca Hall as a depressed school teacher who suffers from [...]


Very much a legacyquel, the new cinematic incarnation of Candyman, the endlessly scary and influential horror classic of the 90's, is given life from producer/co-writer Jordan Peele and director Nia [...]


CODA, this year's Sundance crowd-pleaser hit could be destined to being the feel good movie hit of the year. A US remake of the 2014 French comedic-drama La Famille Bellier, [...]


A truly skillful and passionate actor who certainly endured his fair share of scrutiny for being "difficult to work with"--Val Kilmer's career is certainly idiosyncratic that is dispersed with many [...]