Nightride is a one-shot real time thriller that follows a drug dealer on his last job before going straight.
Peter Dinklage, Haley Bennett, and Kelvin Henderson, Jr. star in Joe Wright's adaptation of Cyrano de Bergerac.
Violence of every shade is etched throughout this masterpiece of an episode.
You Won't Be Alone is a stunning coming-of-age-tale that uses folk horror to explore life’s biggest questions.
Sophie Marceau gives a performance of finely-tuned emotional restraint in François Ozon's end-of-life drama Everything Went Fine.
In Everything Everywhere All at Once Michelle Yeoh stars in Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinrt's exploration of the messiness of love.
Igor Drljača's The White Fortress is a moody and understated tale of star-crossed lovers in a land frozen in time.
"Devastation is a writer who can find so much but is bereft because she can’t find herself." Akash Singh reviews Episode 3.04 of My Brilliant Friend.
An essential part of Jean-Marc Vallee’s filmography, Café de Flore is a film that is meant to be experienced and revisited.
Carrie Coon is terrific throughout, elevating each stroke of Fellowes’ script with the most minute of facial expressions and body language.
Ti West's self-aware porno horror X embraces cinematic history, humps it, then slashes its throat.
Philippe Grégoire makes an impressionable directorial debut with The Noise of Engines (Le bruit des moteurs).
Stephen Oates, Liane Balaban, Andrea Bang, and Joel Thomas Hynes star in Adam Perry's quaint Canadian thriller A Small Fortune.
Mark Rylance gives a smartly stitched performance in The Outfit, Graham Moore's old-school thriller with killer threads.
It’s a thin line between love and hate in director Jeremy LaLonde’s apocalyptic relationship drama Ashgrove.