CARMEN Review: Opera Tale Reimagined As Immigration Drama
Melissa Barrera and Paul Mescal sing and dance in choreographer-turned-director Benjamin Millepied's debut feature.
Panic Fest 2023 Review: BEATEN TO DEATH Takes Viewers on a Brutal Journey
Thomas Roach stars in director Sam Curtain's extreme-horror film.
Review: SHANTARAM, Australian Fugitive Flees to India, Becomes White Savior
Charlie Hunnam leads the sprawling series, debuting globally on Apple TV+.
Criterion in November 2022: IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE in 4K and INFERNAL AFFAIRS Trilogy Remastered
Have I died? Is this Paradise? I say this because I (think) I just read that the Criterion Collection will be releasing Wong Kar Wai's transcendently beautiful In the Mood for Love in 4K. It doesn't really matter when (November...
FAIR GAME Brings Ozploitation Classic Back
Fair warning: Ozpolitation classic Fair Game is returning to North American movie theaters tomorrow. Directed by Mario Andreacchio, the revenge thriller stars Cassandra Delaney as a "wildlife sanctuary boss" who is pitted "against three psycho kangaroo hunters. Bored with killing...
Review: Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS Rings Incredibly Hollow
I’m having a really hard time with Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis. I would like to apologize in advance for my own personal biases leaking into this review, but with my affinity for the subject it is very hard to be completely...
Review: YOU WON'T BE ALONE, Gory, Terrific, Mind-Melting Folk Horror
Sara Klimoska, Anamaria Marinca and Noomi Rapace star in a stunningly-realized horror drama, directed by Goran Stolevski.
Review: BLACKLIGHT, Grandpa Fixer
Liam Neeson and Aidan Quinn star in an action-thriller, directed by Mark Williams.
Exclusive THE TRANSLATOR Clip: Watching a Kidnapping
Watching a brazen kidnapping stirs a man to immediate action. Directed by Rana Kazkaz and Anas Khala, The Translator tells the story of Sami (Ziad Bakri), who fled war-torn Syria and has established a new life as a political exile...
Now Streaming: WOLF LIFE ME Surprises and Startles, PEACEMAKER Gets Bloody Funny Quickly, WOODLANDS DARK AND DAYS BEWITCHED Entrances
New series from Abe Forsythe and James Gunn, and a documentary by Kier-La Janisse.
Opening This Week: THE TENDER BAR Romanticizes, PARALLEL MOTHERS Twists, HIP BEAT Fights
Also: Garth Jennings' 'Sing 2,' opening Wednesday, December 22, is better than the first one.
Review: THE POWER OF THE DOG Simmers with Anger, Love, and Jealousy on the Waning Frontier
Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, and Jesse Plemons star in Jane Campion's Montana-set Western.
Exclusive RISING WOLF Featurette: Making VFX Look Real
Trapped in an elevator! We've probably all spent more time in elevators than we wish, but what if someone diabolical imprisoned you an elevator? And then bounced you up and down within it, and then disclosed other evil plans in...
BUCKLEY'S CHANCE Trailer: Deep in the Outback
"Isn't it dangerous?" she asks. "Very," he replies. Lately, I've grown exhausted from all the endless, unimaginative bloodshed that typically marks far too many horror films, so I've been searching out more films marked as 'family fare,' but, really, I'm...
Review: THE MACHINE, Modest Budget, Great Sci-Fi
Sam Hazeldine, Caity Lotz, Denis Lawson and Toby Stephens star. Caradog W. James directed.
Review: HIGH GROUND, Shoot First, Regret Later
Simon Baker, Jacob Junior Nayinggul, and Jack Thompson star in a spellbinding historic action adventure from Australia, directed by Stephen Maxwell Johnson.
Friday One Sheet: A Tale Of Two Surf Docs, BANGLA SURF GIRLS and NO SURF ON MARS
Today is a study of contrast in posters for surfing documentaries. The first, Bangla Surf Girls, is a study in blue and pink and pastel for a crowd pleasing story of three female teenagers from Bangladesh who trade domestic drudgery...
Now Streaming: 100% WOLF, 98% Too Cute for Words
Ilai Swindells, Samara Weaving, Jai Courtney and Rhys Darby lead the voice cast in an animated Australian feature, now streaming on Hulu.
Rotterdam 2021 Review: Political Cyber-Thriller LONE WOLF, A Visual Experiment With an Allure of Genre Film
Jonathan Ogilvie reimagines Joseph Conrad´s The Secret Agent for the era of surveillance capitalism.
Review: RABBIT, Bold and Confident Psychological Horror
Adelaide Clemens, Alex Russell and Veerle Baetens star in director and writer Luke Shanahan's horror mystery from Australia, now streaming on Shudder (US) and Shudder Canada.