Saint Maud is an extremely well made film that will be a treat for some, and a chore for others.
District 9 reminds us why it’s a modern classic with a blend of visual achievement and sharp social commentary.
Antebellum could have been the film 2020 needed, but it doesn’t effectively realize its promising premise.
The Bay of Silence is a competent film with some good ideas, but that gets bogged down with melodrama and odd pacing.
The New Mutants is less of a movie and more a collection of Superhero, Horror, and Teen Movie clichés mushed together into the rough approximation of a film.
With Red Penguins, Gabe Polsky adds another Soviet hockey documentary to his filmography, though certain framing and biases will probably be divisive among some viewers.
Relic, Natalie Erika James’ directorial debut, is slow to start, but tension built on metaphors leads to a satisfying payoff.
Inheritance is an uneven thriller with intense drama, mystery, and arresting visuals, though it struggles with certain payoffs.
Roger Waters: Us + Them recontextualizes classic songs, and will be a triumph for the…
Forty-five years after its initial release, Jaws reminds us why it continues to thrive within…