John Hyams’ newest film, ALONE, is a realistic and suspenseful thriller that shows the ugliness of humanity inside the beauty of nature.
Bill & Ted Face the Music is a nostalgically fun trip through time that still manages to bring the laughs despite showing its age.
The new film from Amy Seimetz, SHE DIES TOMORROW, is a mind-bending psychodrama that compels as much as it sometimes irritates.
Karen Maine’s feature length directorial debut, YES, GOD, YES, is a hysterical look at a Catholic teenager’s transition into sinful womanhood.
RELIC, the debut feature from Natalie Erika James, is an uneasy and suspenseful tale with themes of aging and mortality at its forefront.
SHIRLEY, the aptly titled biopic on horror author Shirley Jackson, features a wonderful performance from Elisabeth Moss but loses focus far too often.
BABYTEETH, the feature film debut from director Shannon Murphy, is a heartfelt story of a chronically ill teenager’s relationship with a drug dealer.
While hampered from having a few too many ideas, SAINT FRANCES is a heartwarming tale of friendship, family, and self discovery.
Spike Lee gives viewers another emotionally heavy story hampered by too much plot and a dose of that unavoidable Spike Lee propaganda in DA 5 BLOODS.
Kitty Green’s sensitive new drama, THE ASSISTANT, sheds a light on the importance of the #MeToo movement in entertainment and society in general.