Seven Veils is a spellbinding, surreal view into the mind of a director, showing a chilling portrait of how far one can go for their own art.
The End We Start From shows how not even the end of the world is all gloom and doom; life goes on as long as we keep trying.
The Peasants (Chłopi) builds upon Hugh and DK Welchman’s influences and is interesting if it feels a bit incomplete.
The Venture Bros.: Radiant is the Blood of the Baboon Heart satisfies as a finale to a great show.
Lakota Nation vs. United States is a narrative of a neglected part of America needing its story told, using poignant poetry and imagery to relay its message.
Black Ice is a revelatory if unsurprising look at the problematic racial culture of hockey, providing both historical insight and room for improvement.
Rushmore is Wes Anderson’s breakthrough film, which still manages to be both funny and thoughtful to this day.
The Lost Weekend: A Love Story tells a familiar story from a fresh perspective, separating facts from the myth.
Fist of the Condor, while not the most transgressive martial arts action movie, is able to provide a unique, original spin on the genre.
Night Raiders delivers on its unique setting with a clear message in spite of pacing and plot issues.