Robert Eggers's new horror movie transports you to a whole other world, but pushes you away in that same sense too.
The aquatic superhero doesn't quite strike gold, but it still embraces its own ridiculousness.
Julian Schnabel's take on the tormented artist finds beauty in a lack of flow.
In which Jaime Rebanal reminisces over the many cinematic highlights to come by in 2018.
One of the most exciting years for cinema, yet a strange year for awards season.
Martin Scorsese's controversial 1988 film is perhaps the director at some of his most spiritual.
Wes Anderson being the most Wes Anderson he's ever been. (✯✯✯✯✯)