No filmmaker working today makes movies quite like Julia Ducournau. The writer-director’s critically acclaimed feature debut Raw is a lurid coming-of-age story that uses cannibalism as its central metaphor. Raw’s stylish visuals and cannibalistic violence may grab your attention, but it’s the film’s singular perspective and resonant themes that add bite. Ducournau’s flamboyant follow-up, Titane, […]
Jason Gorber here with our Cannes 2021 review of Julia Ducournau's wild body horror film TITANE!
The White Knights TIFF 2015 Review
Thanks to some great performances and Claire Denis’ always exceptional ability to mine suspense out of the purposefully vague, Bastards saves itself from needless convolution and a story that’s pretty much on the level of a late 90s American boilerplate thriller.