Xavier Legrand's debut feature is a wake-up call to the realities women face on a daily basis.
CAM tells the story of a woman divided against other women, divided against herself.
Joe puts his captives on trial for wronging him— no matter how petty.
Fabrice du Welz's 2004 debut CALVAIRE involves a stunning, surreal, and disturbing subversion of gender.
This is the tale of Mary Webster, accused of witchcraft and hung. But that wasn't the end.
Rick and Jenna help Lila escape the streets. Jane gets help from Joe.
Rick and Jenna either have to escape the Stanton party, or die. Miguel makes it inside the Carnival of Flesh.
Dt. Willis looks into Camille's past. A new clue in the murders turns up at the farm.
Abel Ferrar's MS. 45 is a brutal exploitation flick about a mute woman who suffers violent misogyny, then decides to make the city night safe for women again on her own.
June decides enough is enough, beginning her rebellion.
June deals with separation anxiety from her child. Emily's given to a new house and Commander Lawrence.
Pascal Laugier's INCIDENT IN A GHOSTLAND works as a brutal horror, and also an examination of storytelling as a means of escape or survival.