Director Theodore Melfi’s heartfelt drama, The Starling, focuses on a husband and wife trapped in a cycle of grieving.
Danis Goulet’s dystopian thriller Night Raiders, like the best sci-fi movies, use an extraordinary premise to distill simple human truths.
From filmmaker Ritwik Pareek comes Dug Dug, a film which observes how blind faith can be spawned out of the most unlikely of places.
Dashcam is a disorienting, repetitive, tedious mess, and yet, nowhere close to the worst this genre has to offer.
Mlungu Wam (Good Madam) uses domestic servitude as a chilling entry point into lingering impact of the apartheid-era
In putting together the puzzle pieces of his estranged father’s life, Gian Cassini effectively documents the ways in which familial ties are often messy.
The Survivor features yet another sensational performance for Ben Foster.
Jake Gyllenhaal's great performance is not enough to save The Guilty.
Writer/director Haya Waseem’s feature debut Quickening is an experience not soon to be forgotten.
Kenneth Branagh called Belfast his “most personal” story to date and that connection pays off on screen in his lovingly-crafted black and white homage to not just his hometown, but the citizens of Belfast.
Director Thyrone Tommy expertly crafts an enduring experience of love and loss that elevates a simple tale of failed romance.
Our look at Edgar Wright's thriller LAST NIGHT IN SOHO, starring Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, Diana Rigg and Michael Ajao.
Edgar Wright's supernatural mystery, Last Night in Soho, is a neon-soaked love letter to the psychological thrillers of the ‘60s and ‘70s.
Mahamat-Saleh Haroun's Lingui: The Sacred Bonds is a riveting and meditative celebration female bonds.
Kicking Blood looks great but lacks bite.