Laughter's talented cast can't save the film from its own tedious philosophizing, resulting in a tiresome—at times, unpleasant—watch.
Strength, resistance, and powerful women permeate Shannon Kring’s moving and essential doc, End of the Line: The Women of Standing Rock.
While there are flashes of nuance and originality, anchored by Zachary Shultz’s captivating performance, Anna Nilles and Marco Jake's Itchy Fingers ends up muddled by its own cleverness.
Susan Stern’s rock n' roll portrait of her late husband, underground comix legend Spain Rodriguez, is unapologetic, tender, and ultimately, full of attitude.
Director Cody Calahan’s horror-comedy Vicious Fun is a brutally violent love letter to trash cinema from the ‘80s.
Anders Thomas Jensen’s visceral dramedy Riders of Justice tackles revenge, trauma, and family in a beautifully nuanced way.
Nikole Beckwith’s “kinda-sorta” rom-com Together Together is a paean to platonic love.
The Last Matinee’s eerie throwback vibes will make Bava and Argento fans feel right at home.
This morning CUFF 2021 announced the full slates of films playing this year’s festival.
The 18th annual Calgary Underground Film Festival announced its first wave of features, music documentaries, and live events.
The 18th annual Calgary Underground Film Festival takes place April 23 – May 2 online and June 3-5 at drive-in theatres.