That Shelf and BritBox are bringing you an exclusive trailer for The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe—a new 4-part true-crime drama.
Mayim Bialik shows plenty of promise as a director here as she offers up an honest examination of how the scars of the past shape the bonds of the present.
It’s a thin line between love and hate in director Jeremy LaLonde’s apocalyptic relationship drama Ashgrove.
Streaming recommendations for Black History Month include Passing, The Harder They Fall, One of Ours, Lilies of the Field, and Set It Off.
A refreshingly original work, Emergency captures how race and perception can make even the most obvious choice extremely complicated.
Jesse Eisenberg's directorial debut When You Finish Saving the World – starring Julianne Moore and Finn Wolfhard – is a confident and delightfully cringe-filled story of a mother and son.
Evan Jackson Leong's first dramatic feature explores the underbelly of human trafficking.
Director Theodore Melfi’s heartfelt drama, The Starling, focuses on a husband and wife trapped in a cycle of grieving.
Jake Gyllenhaal's great performance is not enough to save The Guilty.
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's Lingui: The Sacred Bonds is a riveting and meditative celebration female bonds.
Kicking Blood looks great but lacks bite.
Egan’s film makes one reflect on how rituals can be used to both provide solace and maintain longstanding falsehoods.
Naked Singularity may wear the robe of a heist film with a message, but its collection of half-formed ideas shows just how bare it is underneath.
Jesse Dvorak’s coming-of-age fable Baby, Don’t Cry explores those who exist on the margins of society. Read the review from Fantasia 2021.
Sabrina Doyle’s Lorelei overcomes its various rough patches thanks to Jena Malone and Pablo Schreiber’s strong performances.