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Review: IMPOSSIBLE MONSTERS, Dreams Bleed Into Reality

Santino Fontana, Natalie Knepp, Devika Bhise, and Donall O Healai star in a psychological thriller, written and directed by Nathan Catucci.

Review: COME AS YOU ARE, A Surprising Underdog Love Story

Grant Rosenmeyer, Hayden Szeto, Ravi Patel and Gabourey Sidibe star in Richard Wong's comedy-drama.

Sundance 2020 Review: THE ASSISTANT Delivers a Master Class in Corporate Complicity

Julia Garner stars in writer-director Kitty Green's ominous, chilling drama.

Review: THE LODGE, Chilly Scenes of Horror

'Goodnight Mommy' filmmakers Veronika Franz and Severin Fiala return with a chilling sophomore feature; Riley Keough stars.

Review: COME TO DADDY, Escalating Mayhem in Outlandish Father-Son Story

It is a joy to watch Elijah Wood give such a game performance in director Ant Timpson's outlandish father-son story.

GO BACK TO CHINA Trailer: Are You Excited?

It's only a movie, but what a good time to watch "a winning comedy-drama of cultural differences and complicated family dynamics"! As described by our own Christopher Bourne in his review, writer/director Emily Ting's sophomore feature Go Back to China...

Sundance 2020 Review: RUN SWEETHEART RUN Remixes the #MeToo Movement and Body-Horror to Thought-Provoking Effect

Ella Balinska stars as the "first and final girl" in writer/director Shana Feste's horror film, filled with visceral thrills and real-world commentary.

Sundance 2020 Review: DOWNHILL Serves as a Reminder That Julia-Louis Dreyfus Is a National Treasure

Julia Louis-Dreyfus delivers one of the best performances of her decades-long career; Nat Faxon and Jim Rash directed.

Sundance 2020 Review: SAVE YOURSELVES! Delivers a Fresh Spin on the Sci-Fi Rom-Com

Sunita Mani and John Reynolds star in a delightful alien-invasion movie from filmmakers Alex Huston Fischer and Eleanor Wilson.

Review: THE WAVE, Visual Madness and Hilarity While Hitting Rock Bottom

Justin Long, Donald Faison and Sheila Vand star in a movie featuring a very bad drug trip; Gille Klabin directs.

Opening in Theaters: THE GRUDGE, Once More, With Menace

Andrea Riseborough, Demián Bichir, John Cho, Betty Gilpin, Lin Shaye and Jacki Weaver star in Nicolas Pesce's new version of Shimizu Takashi's original horror thriller.

Review: Terrence Malick's A HIDDEN LIFE Beguiles and Begets

Drawn from real-life, Terrence Malick directs a gorgeous film in his own inimitable style.

THE MERCENARY Trailer: This Is No Ordinary Gun-Toting Priest

As a big fan of Triple Threat, I'm happy to hear that director Jesse V. Johnson's The Mercenary is coming soon to DVD and Digital. A new trailer reinforces the feeling. To quote myself: "Over the past couple of years,...

Review: DANIEL ISN'T REAL, Genuinely Original Vision Makes For Exciting Discovery

Adam Egypt Mortimer directs Miles Robbins and his imaginary friend Patrick Schwarzenegger in this cosmic horror.

THE GREAT WAR Trailer Tells of Buffalo Soldiers and Their Fight

Coming soon to theaters, The Great War tells of the "Buffalo Soldiers," a regiment of African-American military troops, who faced a multitude of conflicts during the dying days of World War I after they were trapped behind enemy lines. Bates...

Now Streaming: A NASTY PIECE OF WORK Takes INTO THE DARK Home for a Comic Break

Julian Sands, Dustin Milligan, Angela Serafyan, Kyle Howard, Molly Hagen and Natalie Hall star in Hulu's horror series; Charles Hood directs.


Ryan Spindell's horror anthology is a visual feast, and Clancy Brown is fantastic in it.

KNIVES AND SKIN: New Trailer Cuts to the Moody Bone

A teenager disappears and no one knows what happened, except that it must be a living nightmare. Jennifer Reeder's moody noir Knives and Skin might draw comparisons to other modern noirs, such as Blue Velvet or Brick, but it walks...

Gorgeous, Psychedelic COLOR OUT OF SPACE Trailer: Everything Is Not Going To Be OK

I hate to disagree with Nicolas Cage, but everything is not going to be OK in Color Out of Space. Billed as the return of visionary director Richard Stanley -- though he never left filmmaking, he has been absent from...

Review: FRANKIE, Gentle Yet Piercing Drama

Isabelle Huppert leads the ensemble cast. Ira Sachs directed.