A stunning film that not only gives a chilling firsthand view of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it documents actual war crimes.
An honest documentary about two intelligent, articulate, and outspoken women who have lived their lives without compromise, always staying true to themselves.
Sometimes the simplest stories are the ones that prove to be the most horrifying, and this horror film set in the Paris catacombs is as unsettling as they come.
Those with a penchant for slapstick will appreciate the whimsy that defines the entire film, which is a true achievement in oddball independent filmmaking.
This beautiful story of memory, love, and heartache packs quite the emotional punch.
As an animal lover, the poignant “EO” truly spoke to me and affected me deeply. It’s one of the most beautiful and meaningful films of the year, both inside and out.