This Scandinavian psychological horror examines grief with an unsettling plot about two parents attacked by a sideshow trio, over and over.
Ulaa Salim’s film is a disturbing and shocking look at right-wing extremism— a necessary tale in 2019.
Michihito Fujii ruminates on how capitalism destroys good people, and whether revenge is just or simply salt in a perpetual wound.
Sarah Bolger gives a fierce performance that subverts the typically patriarchal revenge tale
Rob Grant’s pitch black horror-comedy is an intelligent evisceration of friendship, betrayal, and the male ego.
Graham’s horror film is a perfectly dreadful view on the devastating hereditary legacy of mental illness.
Jennifer Reeder uses magic realism to look at social dynamics and gender in a small town in the wake of tragedy
Hirotaka Adachi digs in the J-horror claws with the help of modern folklore’s terrifying power
Dwein Baltazar tells a tale of life, of death, and how the two become terribly tangled when we’re unable to deal with the latter.
Pollyanna McIntosh tears into the misogyny and sexism of the Roman Catholic Church, as well as society in general.
One woman’s struggle becomes the struggle of Mother Nature