Jim needs unlikely friends to help battle Eduardo and his mercenary soldiers
The latest film from Lucio A. Rojas is brutal and unforgiving, but not without a purpose— even if it's buried below a ton of gore and nasty violence.
Fauna looks for Tamar at Corinna's home, where she starts unravelling the truth.
In 1990, Tom Purcell searches for info about his missing daughter, while Wayne and Roland start to fall out.
Mira enacts her plan for vengeance, surprising even Yanek.
A woman and a man are trapped in an elevator on the night before Valentine's Day. What could go wrong?
Howard Prime and Emily work together. Peter and Clare hide out amongst the ghosts of her former life.
The communities move on in the wake of Jesus being killed, now all too aware of the Whisperers.
Ben's struggling with Ryn's siren song, as she also struggles to hold onto power amongst her people.
Jay is stuck on the Hodel case, while Fauna meets Corinna.
Franchi's HAPPY FACE is a wonderful spit in the eye to vapid, beauty-obsessed culture— an anthem for the outcast!
Nicolas Pesce's adaptation of PIERCING, by novelist Ryû Murakami, is a stunning, brutal look at the thin line between pain/pleasure.