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
This Scandinavian psychological horror examines grief with an unsettling plot about two parents attacked by a sideshow trio, over and over.
Precious Chong and Alex Essoe go head-to-head in a dark satire of gender roles and postmodern loneliness.
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.