Alex Pettyfer's directorial debut is a moody, subdued story about masculinity, family dysfunction, and small town repression.
LET THE RIGHT ONE IN tells the beautiful and melancholy tale of growing up left to one's own devices.
Rick and Carol head out on the road together, after he's discovered her terrible secret.
Can he deal with it?
Camille makes a poor decision when it comes to John Keene. Detective Willis uncovers information about Marian.
It's Calhoun Day in Wind Gap, celebrating Confederate history, and Camille's latest article was just published.
FIRST REFORMED shows how religious faith is affected - and destroyed - by the modern world. It also illustrates extremism exists in every facet of life.
Camille gets to know Dt. Willis more, as she tries to fend off the dark memories of Wind Gap.
STREET TRASH is just a B-movie with nothing to say. Or, maybe it says a lot of things about NYC in the 1980s. Maybe?
Camille keeps adjusting to life back in Wind Gap, including the overbearing reach of her mother and the prying eyes of her hometown.
At Natalie's funeral, Camille looks for answers. She searches around town, digging up more secrets.
Camille goes back to her little Southern hometown to cover a murder + a missing girl. She also has to navigate mental illness, alcoholism, family, and old friends.
MY FRIEND DAHMER is a poignant, unnerving, and even empathetic portrayal of Jeffrey Dahmer in the year or so leading up to his first murder.