Playing out more like a gender-swapped version of The Shape of Water than the Lovecraftian horror it wants to be, Xavier Gens’ latest is a visually pleasing, but ultimately empty, creature feature that, while entertaining at times, fails to evoke the emotional resonance it sets out to achieve.
The Spotlight on Documentary section of this year’s New York Film Festival has been announced, with 14 films including 3 world premieres.Highlighting this lineup is Errol Morris‘ latest, American Dharma, which looks at Steve Bannon, promising “an unflinching film, and a deeply
Austin’s Fantastic Fest is gearing up to kick off September 20 – 27, and today the second wave of titles have been announced. The two big standouts for me are definitely Jeremy Saulnier‘s Hold The Dark and David Gordon Green‘s Halloween, but
The lineup for this year’s New Orleans Film Festival has been announced with ten narrative feature films, eight documentary feature films, and eight feature films made in Louisiana. The 29th edition of the fest will take place October 17 – 25.
Here we have an exclusive look at the poster and a new clip for director Theodore Collatos’ (Tormenting the Hen) upcoming short film Patrice in Search of Love, which is set to premiere at this year’s Sidewalk Film Festival.
The first wave of films has been revealed for this year’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival, which will be taking place October 11 – 18 at Nitehawk Cinema. A few highlights include the New York premieres of Luz, Piercing, Knife + Heart,
I feel like things are getting a bit out of hand with the Toronto International Film Festival, as today 26 more Galas and Special Presentations films have been added to this year’s lineup. This brings the total to 44 World Premieres, 9 International
The Midnight Madness program has been revealed for this year’s Toronto International Film Festival (Tiff), which includes the world premieres of David Gordon Green’s Halloween as well as Shane Black’s The Predator.
The main slate of films has been announced for the 56th New York Film Festival, kicking off September 28 – October 14. This year’s lineup will feature 30 new films including Yorgos Lanthimos‘ The Favourite, Joel Coen & Ethan Coen‘s The Ballad of
In their second feature after the wonderful Turbo Kid, filmmaking collective RKSS (Anouk Whissell, François Simard and Yoann-Karl Whissell) take us back to the ‘80s and hits our nostalgia bone hard with Summer of ’84, an homage to genre films from the best decade.
Caught in the reflection of a looming global conflict, the carefree souls that fill out Nobuhiko Obayashi’s unsurprisingly absurd and surreal latest waste away their last few months of innocence while the world and its war threaten to encroach on their idyllic