When photographer Mick Rock divulges his encounters with David Bowie or Syd Barrett or Lou Reed, Shot! lifts off the ground like a rocket.
What happens if you take the zombie out of a zombie movie, or add zombies to a micro-indie flick?
An unholy marriage of Rosemary’s Baby and Death Wish dropped into the bleakest of Mike Leigh’s urban landscapes.
Julia Ducournau, in her feature debut, is a director completely in control of her craft and a talent to watch.
Dutch director Martin Koolhoven has created a western as violent as The Hateful Eight and as dour as McCabe and Mrs. Miller.
Donald (as played by director Kris Avedisian), is a creation of heartbreaking familiarity. He encapsulates the eternal stoner who believes junior high was the apex of his existence.
The documentary asks simple questions that provoke complicated answers. Can the Holocaust be funny? Can we joke about it?
A meta comedy about a singing comedian named Henry Phillips, played by comedian Henry Phillips, with Sarah Silverman and J.K. Simmons.
This has been quite the year for enchanting animated films. One can add Kubo and the Two Strings to that list.