William Brent Bell’s Lord of Misrule is a competently made but creatively bankrupt horror film that fails to impress despite its intriguing premise.
A Creature Was Stirring has a few moments of strong ambition but unfortunately can’t detach from its weak screenplay and pacing.
A Disturbance In The Force is an entertaining documentary that deeply delves into television’s greatest disaster.
We interview Smoke Sauna Sisterhood director Anna Hints about her filmmaking career and the emotional process of having a film premiere at Sundance.
Anna Hints’ Smoke Sauna Sisterhood is a quietly engrossing documentary that tells the stories of several women in the darkness of an isolated sauna.
Demián Rugna’s When Evil Lurks is a delightfully gory horror film that unfortunately can’t sustain itself beyond a terrific first half.
Shane Meadows’ Dead Man Shoes is a horrifying and fantastic revenge thriller with an incredible performance from Paddy Considine.
To celebrate Batman Day, we’re taking a deep dive into why we love Batman and the character’s long history on film.
Charlie Day’s Fool’s Paradise suffers from weak humor and muddled pacing but, thanks to its confident direction, it mostly works as a satirical comedy.
Robert Rodriguez’s Hypnotic has an interesting premise but suffers from weak performances, editing, and a script that fails to resonate.