Bolstered by a great supporting cast, including Brian Tyree Henry as Sensei Pete, Matt Walsh, Kate McKinnon and Allison Tolman, Family is a joyous film about celebrating our eccentricities and acknowledging that it’s the people in our lives who help to make us whole.
Alex Ross Perry’s latest and most caustic film yet, Her Smell, is an exhausting journey into the shattered mind of a riot-grrrl rocker on a downward spiral of substance abuse that too often tags along with fame.
Based on a popular manga by Yu Sasuga, the concept of Terra Formars seems perfectly suited for a director like the legendary Takashi Miike, someone who is no stranger to both manga adaptations and bizarre storylines.
Drawing inspiration from his life, director William Dickerson heads to the grunge era in his latest film, No Alternative, an angst-ridden, coming-of-age film about growing up amid the post-grunge and underground hip-hop movements in the mid-nineties.
Perfectly suited for Netflix, Cocaine Island is a light, fun documentary that contains plenty of “holy shit” moments and will no doubt spark a multitude of water-cooler conversations come Monday morning.