The effect of watching Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time is the same as not watching it.
The extraordinary life and love associated with legendary French engineer Gustave Eiffel are disappointingly only briefly explored in this romantic period piece.
La Verónica (literally) centres on social media star and footballer’s wife Veronica (Mariana Di Girólamo), whose persistent efforts to procure a sponsorship deal is derailed by re-surfaced murder charges of their infant child from many years ago.
Netflix’s Blood Red Sky features an interesting take on the classic plane hijacking thriller by adding a vampire element but unfortunately loses itself by the end.
Beware of a woman with nothing to lose. The Icelandic political thriller, The County, sees a farming woman single-handedly take on the stand-over co-op responsible for the death of her loved husband and enslaving her farming community as cash cows.
The gory Italian horror film A Classic Horror Story stays true to its namesake and references many other popular horror films that have come before it.
Jean-Claude Van Damme once again receives mainstream airtime with the new French action comedy film, The Last Mercenary.
Roy Andersson comes back to the silhouette vignette style of filmmaking on his new and potentially final film, About Endlessness.
While At War is a lyrical and symbolic meditation of the Spanish philosopher and writer Miguel de Unamuno that speaks directly to a modern audience, warning against the dangers of political apathy, fascism, and ambiguity.
Spider is a hot-blooded, politically charged Chilean film set during and after the fascist rising against Allende, the first-ever democratically elected socialist president.
French horror movie director Alexandre Aja’s latest sci-fi thriller, Oxygen, will have you feeling all sorts of claustrophobic.
Meandering along a very well-worn path, Embryo constantly blends genres, tone and purpose, and at times its incoherent nature makes for a lack of an emotional connection.
Arthouse horror is a subgenre that is difficult to master. It serves tough topics through rawness and bloody spheres. Lee Haven Jones’ debut feature, The Feast, is a decent entry into the sub-genre that mixes oddness with the vicious slits of gore while tackling class and identity.
There are many films that deal with unwanted pregnancies and the different ways of handling them, but none as inventive as Ninjababy.
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