This film seems ripped right out of the headlines, and is a superb slow burn thriller.
Sion Sono is back with an anarchic ode to hip-hop and classic gangster pictures.
With a Criterion Collection release looming, we look at a long awaited masterpiece from documentarian Les Blank.
This may be one of 2015’s most original and thrilling achievements.
While this may sound like a standard melodrama, director Kiki Sugino turns in a true highlight of this year’s NYAFF.
Ryan and Brian chat about their favorite home video releases of the year so far.
Scott, David, and Trevor discuss the legal process, morality, and uncertainty in Otto Preminger’s landmark film.
David and Trevor discuss the final three films in this box set: Gods of the Plague, The American Soldier and Beware of a Holy Whore.
Pineiro is back with yet another take on Shakespeare that is unlike any adaptation of The Bard you’ll ever see.
This film looks at one of the many violent shooting deaths that have made headlines over the last half decade.
John Frankenheimer’s action-packed war thriller is also a potent reflection on the value of art.
Ryan and Brian chat about the new releases for the week.
This Academy Award nominee and Golden Globe winner from 1959 reintroduced German cinema to a world audience.
David and Trevor cover Love is Colder than Death and Katzelmacher, the first two films written and directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
Another weekend, another list of the five things you need to watch as soon as possible.
We return with a look at The Gospel According to St Matthew and are joined with regular guest Hunter Duesing from The Midnight Movie Cowboys.
Who thought the world of ’90s dance music could be ground for one of the year’s most involving dramas?
With this new, dark indie drama, Rory Culkin has become one of today’s most interesting young actors.