A powerful drama about man’s inhumanity to man’s best friend that ultimately goes to the dogs.
Ana Lily Amirpour’s hypnotic vampire tale is one of the best vampire movies you probably haven’t seen yet.
CraveOnline reviews ‘The Automatic Hate,’ ‘The Frontier,’ ‘Hello, My Name is Doris,’ ‘Ktown Cowboys,’ ‘Peace Officer’ and ‘Salt of the Earth’ from SXSW 2015.
Director David Brodie Creates a 12-Minute Homage to Life on Earth From Images Curated By Christopher Nolan.
Amy Schumer and Bill Hader are very funny in a romantic comedy that works in spite of its imperfect plot and slow pacing.
The sequel to ‘Divergent’ only works if you take its adolescent fantasy seriously, which you probably can’t.
The new conspiracy thriller boasts some excellent performances, but still misses the mark.
Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut is an intriguing, sometimes haunting surrealist drama.
The documentary ‘All Things Must Pass’ laments the passing of Tower Records, and record stores in general.
The corpse of a dead girlfriend rises from the grave every time her ex-boyfriend has sex in a morbid, funny and sexy new horror romance.
Jamie Babbit’s ‘Fresno’ is full of gleeful raunchiness and a registered sex offender or two, but not much actual comedy.
Great stunts can’t save James Wan’s action sequel from a plot that promises one thing and delivers another.
‘Mania Days’ compassionately explores the link between creativity and diagnosed manic-depression.
Wouldn’t it be nice if the Brian Wilson biopic was actually good? Fred Topel finds that it actually is.
David Gordon Green’s new abstract opus ‘Manglehorn’ wins you over by wearing you down.
In ‘Stone Barn Castle,’ Adrien Brody restores an entire frickin’ castle. For reals.
‘The Final Girls’ tells a meta-tale of intergenerational slasher movie survivor girls. Also blood. And boobs.
A supernatural thriller that takes place entirely online is a fun gimmick, but it’s the judgment of the internet generation that really horrifies.
The autobiographcal biopic ‘Heaven Knows What’ is a filthy, abrasive expose of street life.
Adam Scott, Taylor Schilling and Jason Schwartzman co-star in a weird and funny new comedy about a couples night that just won’t end.