Claire Denis's polarizing horror film remains an untapped genre exercise.
Jordan Peele delivers what he promises with his second feature, and a whole lot more.
Elaine May's understanding of masculinity goes beyond what men would be afraid to admit, even today.
James Gray's second feature film may have gone understated, but its beauty still shines through.
Christian Petzold's newest film only ever raises up the feeling of anxiety to a maximum.
Cinema's two greatest Bergmans come together in a cathartic family drama like no other.
Mamoru Hosoda's newest feature stays simple, but remains nonetheless effective in its intent to reach children.