This isn't a remake of the 1977 film as opposed to a whole new thing as is, but that's why it's ever so dazzling.
Claire Denis's first English language feature remains every bit as provocative as the French auteur at her very best.
This Blumhouse-Netflix venture proves itself as one of 2018's own pleasant surprises.
Eli Roth's first foray into making films for children actually shows a sign of promise.
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.
This film is a breathless mess. It's portrayal of autism, however, isn't outwardly terrible; just part of a long-standing, damaging pattern of other portrayals of autism in film/TV.