Bernard Rose's adaptation of Clive Barker's story is a tragic horror classic.
Jim Jarmusch's zombie comedy doesn't quite do for zombies what Only Lovers Left Alive did for vampires.
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.
Ishirô Honda's start to the iconic monster film franchise remains the king of all monster movies.
Though I have questions regarding how some might feel about its subject matter, this is such a smart, wild rollercoaster ride of a film that I'm wondering why you're not watching it right now.
This new adaptation of Stephen King's novel seems disinterested in its own source material.
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.
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.