This Canadian film about understanding sexual fluidity feels limited in its own scope.
This portrait of the black metal scene tauts itself as being above posers, but doesn't quite show itself to be of much worth either.
Werner Herzog and André Singer invite you to look at the final leader of the Soviet Union in a new light.
Bora Kim's directorial debut is far more than a wonderful coming-of-age tale, but also a tale of self-discovery.
Looking to watch the killing of Nazi zombies? You've got more than just that in this WWII horror adventure.
Alex Ross Perry's portrait of a punk rocker's fall from grace hits hard in its beauty.
The aquatic superhero doesn't quite strike gold, but it still embraces its own ridiculousness.
Christian Petzold's newest film only ever raises up the feeling of anxiety to a maximum.
Mamoru Hosoda's newest feature stays simple, but remains nonetheless effective in its intent to reach children.
Nadine Labaki's third feature film never holds back.