Alice, Darling explores how difficult it is for both the victim and outsiders to recognize something is amiss when it comes to a romantic relationship.
A second look at Mark Mylod’s THE MENU, a culinary comedy that's part of the recent trend of capitalist criticism and social commentary on film.
Warren Pereira's Tiger 24 is a stunning wildlife documentary that plays out like a true crime story full of drama and intrigue in the jungle.
Violent Night is an exuberantly bloody action-comedy that wants to be in your Christmas rotational viewing.
Spoiler Alert is a heartfelt adaptation of Michael Ausiello's memoir that reminds us that, although gay people always die at the end, life happens between the credits.
Little Jar is a quirky and downright silly isolation comedy that offers a fresh new perspective on isolation and human connection.
More than 30 years after the original Ron Howard dark fantasy adventure film was released, an epic new follow-up series comes to Disney+ this November. For longtime Willow fans, it was well worth the wait.
Jules and Gédéon Naudet's latest documentary gives unparalleled access to the catastrophic events of January 6, 2021.
Adam Beach is a man both haunted and hunted for his past actions in the Canadian thriller Exile, screening as part of the Whistler Film Festival, available online across Canada on December 5.
Amanda Kramer’s Please Baby Please follows a couple whose individual desires are awakened after an encounter with a dangerous greaser gang.
Devotion tells the tale of Jesse L. Brown, the first Black aviator in the Navy, and his wingman Tom Hudner during the Korean War.
Timothée Chalamet and Taylor Russell star inn Luca Guadagnino's Bones and All, a story of two savage and sadistic soulmates.
Ralph Fiennes, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, and Hong Chau star in The Menu, a delicious dark comedy that skewers foodie culture.
Birdman and The Revenant director Alejandro González Iñárritu looks back at his career in a state of meditative limbo in Bardo.
Despite being an adaptation of NYT journalists Jodi Kantor & Megan Twohey's groundbreaking Weinstein investigation and exposé, She Said is sadly a movie without much to say.