Sabrina Doyle’s Lorelei overcomes its various rough patches thanks to Jena Malone and Pablo Schreiber’s strong performances.
M. Night Shyamalan, the king of twists is (sorta) back with his latest effort, the existential suspense drama Old starring Gael Garcia Bernal.
Because we're not all stressed out enough, this week the boys welcome back beer provider and score aficionado Gavin Whitehead to discuss the 2019 crime drama Uncut Gems.
Jerrod Carmichael’s directorial debut is a dark comedy about two best friends facing an existential crisis.
This week, we delve into the "not-too-distant-future" of 1997 where deGENErates like us face non-stop discrimination, even when they look like Ethan Hawke and not Alex!
Actor Fran Kranz's directorial debut is a tightly-woven intimate drama about grief, forgiveness and blame anchored by powerhouse performances from his small ensemble.
Sundance Film Festival offering John And The Hole is ultimately as empty as the psychodrama's titular hole.
From wildly miscast leads to a bizarre plot twist, the Jamie Dornan and Emily Blunt led Wild Mountain Thyme is one weird and wild Irish ride.
Songbird holds the distinction of being the first movie to film in Los Angeles since the 2020 pandemic shutdown. It also has the distinction of being one of the most misguided and tone-deaf movies of the year.
Joe Duca’s Evergreen follows a young couple whose relationship gets tested when their Christmas getaway forces them to confront their deepest beliefs.
Rocks presents teenage life in an honest way rarely captured onscreen.
Even though On the Rocks isn’t top-shelf Coppola, this enjoyable dramedy still makes for a delightful cinematic cocktail.
João Paulo Miranda Maria’s haunting Brazilian drama Memory House offers one of the year’s most ferocious social commentaries.
David Oyelowo’s directorial debut The Water Man tells a heartfelt mythical tale about facing our worst fears.
We spoke to The Nest director Sean Durkin about the spectacular chemistry between Jude Law and Carrie Coon and how the film walks the line between domestic drama and full-blown horror movie.