This documentary is essential viewing for anyone interested in understanding the world as it is today, in all of its boundless horror.
A clammy, lugubrious ghost story that churns up ideas, plots, and motivations aplenty, and then refuses to even deliver a good scare.
A secretive religion meets an incisive documentarian.
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.
The comedy works best when, instead of advancing plot, the six core cast members bounce off each other at the titular table.
A battle of wills between a physics prodigy and an ultra-controlling mother. When maternal love is conditional, reality changes.
Sara Jordenö’s documentary explores the spirited subculture of New York CIty drag balls 25 years after the 1990 hit Paris Is Burning.
Who are the people accused of blocking peace between Israelis and Arabs?