The Way I See It is an excellent portrayal of a time, place, and man the likes of whom we might not see again.
In Amelia Moses’ feature debut, Bleed With Me, big-time scares are traded for much more nuanced prods at her viewers’ comfort levels.
The New Mutants is a superhero film that finds its success thanks to its uncanny mix of stellar performances and strong character development.
Even with strong performances and an interesting concept, You Should Have Left misses the mark.
Catch and Release features gorgeous landscape and strong performances, but suffers from too many story misses.
Natalie Erika James’s Relic isn’t a slow burn, it’s a just-right burn, never revealing any more than it has to, unraveling at exactly the right pace to burrow into you.
While Jaws has been repackaged multiple times on Blu-ray, the Jaws 45th Anniversary Limited Edition is its first appearance in 4K.
Finding a purpose is a task everyone goes through in their own way. The High Note highlights multiple characters either finding that purpose or reestablishing their purpose.
Elisabeth Moss turns in a career-best performance in Leah Whannell’s The Invisible Man.
Projects like Alexandra Serio’s Tingle Monsters are a reason why Final Girls and other festivals that specifically give women and non-binary filmmakers a platform are so important.
Carlo Mirabella-Davis’s thriller Swallow is a twisted cake that never feels regurgitated from other genre projects
If you grew up in the 80s and 90s burning through every scary movie in your local shop’s horror section, you’ll like Knifemare.