International Reviews

Review: SNAKE EYES: G.I. JOE ORIGINS, Convoluted Plotting, Franchise Expectations Sink Reboot

Henry Golding, Andrew Koji and Iko Uwais star in the action adventure, directed by Robert Schwentke.

Review: BLOOD RED SKY, Vampires on a Plane, Bloody, Gory Fun

Peri Baumeister, Carl Anton Koch and Alexander Scheer star in the action-horror-thriller, directed by Peter Thorwarth, now streaming on Netflix.

Review: MANDIBLES, Gigantic Fly, Absurd Misadventures

Written and directed by Quentin Dupieux, the film stars Gregoire Ludig, David Marsais, Adele Exarchopoulos, India Hair, Romeo Elvis, Coralie Russier, and Bruno Lochet.

Review: THE BOY BEHIND THE DOOR, A Decent Debut Chiller

Young Bobby and his best friend, Kevin, are abducted on their way to their baseball game. When Bobby breaks out of the trunk of the car he's trapped in he sees that they've been taken to a home in the...

Review: FEAR STREET PART 3: 1666, Real World Horror Leads Final Chapter Towards Redemption

When we last left the kids of Shadyside in Part Two: 1978 Deena and Josh thought that they would lift the curse of Sarah Fier if they buried her severed hand with her body. But as we saw in the...

Review: NO ORDINARY MAN Explores a Trans Icon

Directed by Aisling Chin-Yee and Chase Joynt, the documentary celebrates Billy Tipton's story as a musician living his life according to his own terms.

Blu-ray Review: Criterion Dives Into LA PISCINE

Alain Delon, Romy Schneider and Jane Birkin star in a sexy French slow-burn drama.

Review: ROADRUNNER: A FILM ABOUT ANTHONY BOURDAIN Looks for Answers

Directed by Morgan Neville, the documentary paints the picture of a disillusioned man who couldn't reconcile the romantic notion of life and harsh, ugly realities.

Cannes 2021 Review: BLOODY ORANGES Turns Savage in Cynical Satire

New French Burlesque meets Grand Guignol in Jean-Christophe Meurisse's latest comedy that mixes quirky and perverted.

Cannes 2021 Review: In MEDUSA, Young-Adult Dystopia Becomes Bubble-Gum Satire

Brazilian filmmaker Anita Rocha de Silveira confirms her status as a rising talent with her genre-bending sophomore feature.

Now on Blu-ray: THE MONSTER COLLECTION, For Those Who Remain Young

Two documentaries, 'The Frankenstein Complex' and 'Phil Tippett: Mad Dreams and Monsters,' are collected, together with more than 12 hours of bonus footage.

Now Streaming: HORSEHEAD, Where Dreams May Haunt

Lilly Fleur-Pointeaux and Catriona MacColl star in a distinctive, memorable, and unsettling film, directed by Romain Basset, now streaming on Shudder.

Now Streaming: MOTHERLAND, Awkward Laughter Rules

Anna Maxwell-Martin, Lucy Punch, Paul Ready, Tanya Moodie and Joanna Lumley star in the British comedy series, now streaming exclusively on Sundance Now.

Review: THE WOMAN WHO RAN, Deceptively Simple Yet Deliciously Playful

A new film by director Hong Sang-soo.

Cannes 2021 Review: ANNETTE, Strangeness and Familiarity Waltz Hand in Hand

Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard star in a doomed-love rock opera by Léos Carax.

Review: THE WITCHES OF THE ORIENT Goes Far Beyond a Nickname

The documentary by director Julien Faraut examines how a sports team from Japan became an international sensation.

Review: DACHRA, Pulsing With Dread in Tunisia

Aziz Jebali, Hela Ayed and Yassmine Dimassi star in a folk-horror picture from Tunisia, directed by Abdelhamid Bouchnak.

Review: SCALES, A Fable of Sea Monsters in a Hostile Land

The most beautiful moonlight I've ever seen was in Sinai. I was at a small camp not far from Dahab, but far enough and so far from any large human settlement that there was no light pollution. It was a...

Review: ROCK, PAPER, AND SCISSORS, Extreme Sibling Rivalry

Agustina Cerviño, Valeria Giorcelli and Pablo Sigal star in a horror thriller from Argentina, directed by Martín Blousson and Macarena García Lenzi.

Review: VAMPUS HORROR TALES, Spanish Horror Anthology Pays Tribute to The Past With Tales of Love And Tragedy

Mr. Fettes is the sinister and macabre grave digger, guardian of many creepy secrets. He buries the dead by day and unearths them at night for unspeakable purposes. He likes to be called Vampus and enjoys reading horror comics, especially...