Land uses the structure of a back to nature wilderness story to delve into grief, in Robin Wright ’s reasonably successful debut.
Eight for Silver is a well-crafted and fun take on the werewolf horror genre – it’s as though A24 made Brotherhood of the Wolf.
Passing is a gorgeously made film, but the story’s eventual descent in pulpier trappings mars what is an otherwise compelling slice of life drama.
Mass showcases four stupendous performances as the parents of a victim and of the perpetrator of a school shooting sit down for a conversation.
On the Count of Three marks a superb directorial debut from Jarrod Carmichael, who handles touchy subject matter adroitly.
How It Ends sees mumblecore meet disaster film in a COVID-era production that serves up a rogue’s gallery of indie comedic actors.
WandaVision: We Interrupt This Program finally brings WandaVision into the broader MCU and begins to shed light on the show’s central mysteries.
The Little Things is a self-consciously old fashioned 90s serial killer thriller, made effective thanks to three very good lead performances.
An Interview with the talented crew responsible for Greyhound, Tom Hanks’ and Aaron Schneider’s World War II submarine film.
Two of Us makes for a noteworthy showpiece for the moving chemistry between two excellent lead actresses, Martine Chevallier and Barbara Sukowa.