At times, watching Christine is akin to witnessing a disaster unfold in slow motion.
A closeted young Korean American finds a job at a bathhouse and navigates the discreet sex scene.
This has been quite the year for enchanting animated films. One can add Kubo and the Two Strings to that list.
The man behind some of the most iconic photographs ever taken.
Lucile Hadzihalilovic’s haunting new film is much more interested in mystery than resolution. There are no answers to be found, only strangeness, horror, and just enough sanity to hold it all together.
With more than a touch of Grand Guignol horror, this indie desperately wants to be a midnight movie,
John Turturro has a high old time chewing the scenery as an egomaniacal American actor who blows his lines and delights in trolling everyone around him.
A near-epic unspooling of grandiose allegory, deadpan satire, absurd magic realism, and depressive family drama, all co-existing in one movie.
Fire Song effectively sets up the conflict of youth growing up in a poor community: whether to remain or move away.