That Shelf put together a list of the 5 best horror movies we've watched in 2020.
Winner of the World Cinema Grand Jury Prize: Dramatic at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Gelbakhiani's fresh and appealing face and skill on the dance floor keep the romantic melodrama feeling lighter than it should, always giving you something to cling to even when other aspects of the film don't work that well.
Sara Keiner's film is a tale of love and Stevie Nicks.
Zola is the cinematic adaptation of a viral Twitter thread about a stripper who takes a surreal road trip to Florida.
In Kajillionaire, a young woman’s life goes off the rails when her con artist parents invite an outsider to take part in their scams.
Josh Ruben’s horror-comedy, Scare Me, follows two people stuck in a cabin during a power outage as they pass the time by spooking each other out.
Wendy, from Beasts of the Southern Wilds director Benh Zeitlin, is a modern-day reimagining of J. M. Barrie’s classic fantasy tale, Peter Pan.
Explore the worlds of "objectum sexuals" in Jumbo!
Us Kids follows the Parkland survivors as they fight for gun reform after a mass shooting at their school kills 17 people.
Ron Howard’s documentary Rebuilding Paradise profiles the most devastating wildfire in California’s history and its impact on the fire-ravaged town of Paradise.
Netflix has acquired the worldwide rights to the Sundance hit, The 40-Year-Old Version.
Impetigore follows a young woman who returns to her dead parents’ village hoping to inherit property, only to be confronted with her family’s dark past.
Director Janicza Bravo's Zola – based on the story of the greatest stripper saga ever tweeted – stars Taylour Paige and Riley Keough as a pair of pole dancers on a wild Florida road trip.
A 14-year-old boy with a heart of gold, gets caught up in the dirtbike riding culture that killed his brother.