A stylish and insightful examination of the wounds left by tragedy, be it on an epic scale or a personal betrayal between two ordinary people.
On day two: the quirky Dutch crime drama The Glorious Works of G.F. Zwaen; Darling, the latest psych-horror from the director of Pod; the highly-buzzed Green Room, starring Patrick Stewart and Anton Yelchin and directed by Jeremy Saulnier (Blue Ruin, Murder Party); and more. The Glorious Works of G.F. Zwaen (Denmark; Max Porcelijn, 2015) The … Continue reading Fantastic Fest 2015: Day Two
Adrift at sea with terrible people
An existential character study examining the relationships between three estranged half-sisters and their late mother, mostly showing instead of telling.
With early signs indicating that the back half of Hannibal’s upcoming third season will adapt the novel Red Dragon, there's no better time to revisit that novel's first film adaptation.
A quirky and ironic psychological thriller in the Coen brothers style.
Sometimes you're in the mood to try something new, bold and different, and sometimes a taste of the familiar is exactly what you need. In that sense, In Fear is the horror-movie equivalent of comfort food.
A film obsessed with artifice and content, whose words tell one story and its accent another.
Belgium's foremost purveyors of black leather, razor blades and low moans are back with this nightmarish acid trip of a film.
Ti West shows us the face of the religious cultist, and it's disturbingly familiar.