Killing is a movie featuring samurais that isn’t so much of a samurai movie as it is a Shinya Tsukamoto movie that has samurais in it.
Set in the early days of the American frontier, The Wind feels like an intriguing short stretched out to feature film length.
In the tradition of movies such as Reservoir Dogs and Free Fire, The Standoff at Sparrow Creek is a lesson in the right way to do a micro-budget feature.
Writer-director Jeremy Saulnier is behind three of the greatest films of the past five years: Blue Ruin, Green Room and, now, Hold the Dark.
With In Fabric, Peter Strickland has created a deliriously lavish work that’s certainly a highlight of his growing collection.
While Meeting Gobachev celebrates his life and accomplishments, it’s also a chilling reminder that those who forget history being doomed to repeat it.