Rialto is a heart wrenching but unexpectedly problematic drama about an older man’s encounters with a young, male prostitute.
The Book of Vision is a narratively plodding but visually engaging philosophical journey.
In this interview with The Horror Crowd’s director, writer and editor Ruben Pla, we discuss the history of the horror industry and Pla’s own opinions on what’s to come.
Perfect 10, director/writer Eva Riley’s debut feature, is an assuredly shot and well-acted teen drama with unpretentious intentions and accessible stakes.
It’s always time to talk about classics. So, in eternal celebration of science-fiction horror, here’s every Alien film, ranked from worst to best.
First Cow is a niche recommendation; an anemic expression of the trails of the American frontier.
Hlyun Pálmason’s patient and assured hand guides A White, White Day with profound, naturalistic simplicity.…
Dark ’s creators Baran bo Odar and Jantje Friese’s have crafted a remarkable, labyrinthian series of interconnected characters, events, and consequences.
Whether you’re new to the franchise or a long-time fan, here are all Friday the…
Carl Theodor Dreyer’s Michael is a staggeringly sensitive portrayal of queer love and a historically…