If looks could kill, Kylie would be on death row.
For many horror fans it feels like a lot of the most exciting contributions to the genre these days are coming from France. This is, at least in part, thanks to Alexandre Bustillo & Jul
They are misunderstood and stigmatized. They live under a cloud of fear and suspicion. They are subject to physical and verbal assaults.
Bold, beautiful and utterly bonkers, Ben Wheatley's A Field in England is a mind-bending monochrome masterpiece likely to alienate as many as it seduces with its surreal visuals and delightfu
Navot Papushado and Aharon Keshale previously helmed Rabies, which caused quite a bit of buzz at the 2011 Tribeca Film Festival and enjoyed a fair amount of critical success thereafter.
Sharlto Copely is the secret weapon of the amnesia thriller Open Grave.
New couple Tom and Lucy are on their way to a music festival, to meet up with friends, camp, and explore their new relationship, when things go terribly awry.
You may think to yourself "can an entire film play out within the confines of a workplace bathroom and not be some vain attempt by an indie filmmaker to show how cool they are?" More so
Early warning: This review will eventually spoil what was -- for me -- the only great minute of Dario Argento's Dracula 3D.
Bursting with feral energy, Tamae Garateguy's She Wolf (original title: Mujer Lobo) is a fever dream about sex and love and sex and then a little more sex. And then the screaming starts.