Elia Kazan's star-making vehicle for Andy Griffith is a terrifyingly prescient tale.
Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia's first film is ready to destroy the strength of your stomachs.
This contemporary adaptation of the Greek tragedy allows more than a simple contemporary spin on Sophocles.
David Lynch's take on the traditionalized American love story is not short of his usual touch.
Martin Scorsese's portrait of the violent-tempered boxer is the director's most difficult film, but also one of his best.
Martin Scorsese's 1985 black comedy remains the director's most bizarre work to date.
Melina Matsoukas's first feature film is a harsh, but frustratingly safe look at the means to survive on the run at the hands of police brutality.