Alice, Darling explores how difficult it is for both the victim and outsiders to recognize something is amiss when it comes to a romantic relationship.
Rodrigo García's messy father-and-son dramedy Raymond & Ray is a waste of both Ewan McGregor and Ethan Hawke’s talents.
Selected as the Closing Gala presentation for 2022, the Canadian horror-comedy feature directed by Daniel Turres is a wild ride, sure to have the Toronto After Dark audience laughing along as the body count piles up and blood rains down.
Though not a wholly successful film, Till is worth the watch for Danielle Deadwyler’s performance who will likely be a factor in awards season.
Actor-turned-director Todd Field made us wait 16 years between Little Children and Tár, and friends, it was well worth the wait. In a career of great performances, Cate Blanchett delivers what can be considered the pinnacle of her body of work in this dark character study.
Dead for a Dollar sees Christoph Waltz, Rachel Brosnahan, and Willem Dafoe star in the latest genre thriller from the legend, Walter Hill.
Director Mel Eslyn’s Biosphere was a surprise late add to the TIFF line-up just days before the official start of this year’s festival. With only two public screenings, audiences were asked, nay, begged, not to give away any of the plot’s details because, as it turns out, simply describing what the film is about is a huge spoiler.
Aftersun offers a thoughtful, heartfelt, and visually captivating meditation on love, memory, and the passage of time.
Venus invites viewers to experience a gritty slice of Madrid overtaken by magic, mysticism, and gangland violence.
Enduring hardship and strife, as well as kind words and attention along the way, EO’s journey is a beautiful, maddening, sentimental, heartbreaking, and humourous one. Plus, there’s a top-notch cameo from Isabelle Huppert!
Oscar winners Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain team-up for the true-crime medical thriller The Good Nurse.
Appearances are not what they seem with the new horror movie Barbarian. Rarely does a horror movie so surprising come along that even discussing the finer plot points would spoil the effect. Filled not with red herrings, but with a unique story, Barbarian will delight genre fans, offering something that was perhaps unexpected.
Audiences have been fascinated by vampires for hundreds of years. In a year where Nosferatu celebrates its 100th birthday, The Invitation is just the latest in a long line of stories about the undead.
The lasting horrors of childhood trauma permeate every inch of Perry Blackshear’s When I Consume You.
Nicholas Sparks called, he wants his story back.