Mike Ahern and Enda Loughman's Irish supernatural horror-comedy, Extra Ordinary, is extraordinarily charming.
Taika Waititi’s daring coming-of-age dramedy, Jojo Rabbit, is one of 2019’s funniest and most heartfelt movies.
James vs. His Future Self is a sci-fi dramedy about a single-minded scientist who must outwit his future self to make the discovery of the century.
Bong Joon-ho's Parasite is a darkly funny essay on class warfare and quite possibly the best film of 2019.
By the Grace of God, the latest work from French auteur François Ozon, is both a scathing commentary and a tale of bravery and compassion set against the backdrop of abuse in the Catholic church.
Girl From The North Country absolutely feels like the kind of thing that Bob Dylan’s work would inspire.
Witches in the Woods offers a chilling look at a modern-day witch hunt.
Timothée Chalamet’s fiery performance in The King would make previous cinematic Henry's like Olivier, Branagh, and Welles proud.
Social anxiety makes for a macabre and hilarious combo in the TADFF 2019 short Alaska.
Teenage girls are pretty scary in the TADFF short film Best Friends Forever.
Xavier Dolan's Matthias & Maxime is easily his sexiest film yet, and also one of his strongest.
That Shelf reviews Movies (And Other Things): A Collection of Questions Asked, Answered, Illustrated, the latest book from New York Times bestselling author, Shea Serrano.
Joker is a dark and twisted tale about a lowly man named Arthur Fleck who slowly transforms into Gotham City’s worst nightmare.
Sometimes Always Never sees Bill Nighy play a Scrabble enthusiast in search of his missing son.
Welcome to Buckout Road, a two-mile stretch of asphalt that's been dubbed the "Most Haunted Road in America.” This little stretch of road in upstate New York has inspired countless urban legends, but no one in Westchester really believed any of the tales until now.