The story of a mentally ill man with built-up rage boiling inside, which is one of the scariest things you can imagine in today’s world.
A fun concept that’s well directed, but there’s just not enough substance to make it suitable as a feature-length film.
An anxiety-inducing, bone-chilling take on the traditional ghost story.
A pensive style of social horror that will likely be more meaningful to women as well as people of color.
This timely, quietly devastating story about abuse of power in the workplace left me shaken and angry.
This punk rock love song of two misfits is an adrenaline-fueled exercise in cinematic anarchy, and I loved every minute of it.