David Gordon Green's new Halloween sequel revitalizes the franchise for a modern audience.
In the forty years since the release of Carpenter's slasher classic, it still stands atop all its many imitators.
Sebastián Lelio's remake of his own film isn't a mere shot-for-shot copy of his original but rather a polishing.
Max Minghella's directorial debut carries the energy one would want to expect from the overwhelming feeling of being put in the spotlight.
In the memories that Alfonso Cuarón recollects of his childhood, what he shows you of them in Roma is absolutely unforgettable.
Xavier Dolan's first English language effort is a messy melodrama, but also endearing in how personal it feels for the Canadian director.
This experiment from Canadian auteur Patricia Rozema invites you to a confusing world.