Charles Officer's latest, Akilla’s Escape, is a tense and thought-provoking examination of generational gang violence AND a richly layered neo-noir that packs a thrilling punch.
Justin McConnell offers a personal exploration of the independent film scene in 'Clapboard Jungle'.
TT the Artist's film is more than a love letter to her hometown, it is a celebratory declaration of the city's artistic culture.
Frequently blurring the line between artist and subject, The Painter and the Thief is an absorbing work.
Michèle Stephenson's 'Stateless' is a cautionary reminder of how easily one can become a stranger in your own home.
That Shelf put together a list of the 5 best horror movies we've watched in 2020.
On the surface, The Hunt seems like the straight-forward hack 'em ups like The Purge, but director Craig Zobel (Z for Zachariach, Homestar Runner) has a little more on his mind.
The Night Clerk explores loneliness, voyeurism, and authenticity in a half-baked De Palma-style thriller.
Our critic reviews the film based on the Sonic the Hedgehog games on which he grew up.
Serves up a dish full of bitter truths, which its toxic chef (Aaron Abrahms) is reluctant to swallow.