Megan Griffiths delivers a powerful, subtle gut punch to America's blind military worship with SADIE.
TYREL explores how seemingly harmless behaviour, to white people, is not always so for people of colour.
CAM tells the story of a woman divided against other women, divided against herself.
David Mackenzie's tale of Robert the Bruce avoids the myths, focusing on the fierce man of flesh and blood.
THE FIRST PURGE is the franchise's best, going back to the beginning to examine the Purge's origins in classism, racism, and inherent human violence.
Fabrice du Welz's 2004 debut CALVAIRE involves a stunning, surreal, and disturbing subversion of gender.
TRENCH 11 treats war like a virus— a gruesome, violent virus.
The new Gareth Evans film takes on Christianity, cults, and more with its dark fantasy + folk horror.
Roberta Findlay's 1985 shocker TENEMENT came along at the beginning of the crack epidemic. Hard not to see the commentary about a city crumbling around her.
Bear v. one tough woman in the wilderness. Who'll emerge victorious?
PUPPET MASTER II joins the ‘better than the 1st movie’ club alongside other sequels that managed to outdo their predecessors.
Alexandre Aja's remake of the 1970s Wes Craven original has big, scary, political balls.