A scathing horror-satire and a gritty eastern European crime drama
A horror film from Laos, a race riot comedy from Australia, and more
A derivative dark, violent comedy that mostly works thanks to Simon Pegg.
David Cronenberg's haunted Hollywood
A sensitive yet unflinching examination of the relationship between artistry and anxiety
A remarkable and beautiful meditation on the subject of death, that begins with one of the most striking lines in cinema history.
A film obsessed with artifice and content, whose words tell one story and its accent another.
An unexpectedly philosophical film, like a verbal game of "what if?" played by a pair of stoned college students in a dorm room.
Described as a "horror-comedy" but neither scary nor funny, it's more of a relic from a distant place (Australia) and far-off time (the 1970s).
A rich couple offers a family man and a petty criminal increasingly large amounts of money to perform increasingly dangerous acts. But their loss is our gain: Cheap Thrills is as funny as it is cynical and vicious.