After three entries in three years, the V/H/S horror anthology/portmanteau series, a showcase for established and up-and-coming horror filmmakers to show horror-friendly audiences what terrifying delights they could deliver in short bursts, slipped into an extended period of quietude. That...
Noomi Rapace and Aksel Hennie star in an action thriller, directed by Tommy Wirkola.
Akari Takaishi and Saori Izawa star in a killer action comedy, directed by Hugo Sakamoto.
Director Mads Hedegaard documents an endearing Danish superhero and his friends.
Wryly reflecting the nature of 'expect the unexpected' in both life and filmmaking, Maureen Fazendeiro and Miguel Gomes create a delightful little summer movie.
But there have been many famous screen adaptations of the Shakespeare's play before. The first question anyone would naturally ask is, is another adaptation of the famous Scottish play really necessary?
Secrets. We all have them. To keep them safe, we hide them behind masks to appear “socially acceptable”. There’s Someone Inside Your House from Creep director, Patrick Brice explores this idea under the clever guise of a 1980’s style slasher....
Alex van Warmerdam ('Borgman') directs a new film. It's very, very good.
When someone sits down to write the the history of cinematic horror covering the last decade, three names will likely take the most amount of space on the printed page or the digital equivalent: James Wan, one of the key...
A young couple go for a walk in a forest, make love, and encounter a gigantic fence. On impulse they decide to climb over it, curious about what could be on the other side. Anyone who has seen a Jurassic...
Tim Roth, Mia Wasikowska and Vicky Krieps star in a new film by Mia Hansen-Løve.
The Dead Zone. I've seen this 1983 film several times, and with each viewing, I love the film more. Scream Factory's recently released collector's edition of The Dead Zone is the definitive home "video" version (at least so far). Directed...
Locarno 2021 Review: MAD GOD, Macabre and Scatological Coalesce in Phil Tippett's Nihilistic Stop-Motion Epic
Jan Švankmajer meets Clive Barker in a smorgasbord of a stream-of-consciousness savage weirdness.
Carrie Fisher once described her body as a bag to carry her brain around. There's a book about women's health entitled 'Our Bodies, Ourselves'. We often talk about of our bodies as being separate from us, and yet they are...
True events of an escape from Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp are in the center of the pulse-racing Holocaust thriller.
Louis Koo, Aaron Kwok, Cherrie Ying and Tony Leung Ka-fai star in a very personal Johnnie To film, now available on a splendid Criterion Collection Blu-ray.
The essential anthology series begins streaming Wednesday, September 22 on Disney+.
Jackson Rathbone and Andrea Londo star in an affecting fantasy-drama, directed and written by Hugh Schulze, and now on DVD.
French filmmaker and comic book artist Joann Sfar adapts his own graphic novel series into an animated adventure.
Too much fun, frontal nudity and orgasms in a biopic drama enclosed behind the walls of a Renaissance convent.