An angry period thriller, a clever meta-horror film, and the secret screening
It may seem unfair to constantly judge Synchronicity in the light of its obvious influences, but by constantly going out of his way to invite those comparisons, writer/director Jacob Genry leaves the viewer little choice.
It doesn't gel as solidly as it could have, but it's still thoughtful and provocative, proof that science fiction doesn't need big effects to work on screen.
A quirky and ironic psychological thriller in the Coen brothers style.
A fresh, exciting action thriller with a retro vibe
Ti West shows us the face of the religious cultist, and it's disturbingly familiar.
It's been a while since I've seen a horror film so committed to succeeding despite itself