South Korean cinema has been consistently producing stellar films for years.
Noomi Rapace has had one heck of a career since her breakout performance as Lizbeth Salander in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo trilogy.
Feature film debuts can be a tricky thing to land. Many burgeoning filmmakers, desperate in their efforts to create something and demonstrate their own abilities, tend to throw everything onto the screen.
Writer and director Perry Blackshear reunites with his acting team of Evan Dumouchel, MacLeod Andrews, and Margaret Ying Drake, for his latest project, When I Consume You.
Izzy (Zelda Adams) and her mother (Toby Poser) live a simple existence in their house in the middle of the forest,
Yume (Bambi Naka) flees her strict household to pursue her dream of becoming a dancer.
If you’re a fan of edgy and cerebral science-fiction with some noir flourishes, Archive is a film that you must not miss.
The biggest problem posed when settling down to write the review of Julia Ducournau’s Titane is trying to figure out exactly what to say and not say.
The year 1999 was an excellent year for premium movies with Go sitting firmly towards the top of that pile.
Cali, Holly and Mel are twenty-something childhood friends, reuniting for some fun around the Christmas holidays; yes, a film that reminds us that those festivities aren’t too far away.