The feature debut of Lantana’s Ray Lawrence. Bliss is a darkly comic satire that delights with startling imagery.
While a decent slow-burn mystery, La Propera Pell isn’t a particularly revelatory example of the ‘missing person returns home’ subgenre.
A masterful, humanist, and affecting drama, Patria suceeds due to its excellent acting, writing, and direction.
A thoughtful, disturbing, and often funny vampire film that stills feels fresh.
An atmospheric modern-day gothic horror with a delicious performance from Imelda Staunton.
Although slow at times, God’s Own Country is a romantic drama worth checking out for its great performances.
Arresting visuals and Sheila Vand’s fantastic performance elevate this wistful, melancholy vampire flick.
Addison Timlin impresses as a young nun with rebellious tendencies in this sweet coming-of-age drama.
A decent period horror flick from Israel, The Golem is worth checking out despite some rather dodgy language/accent choices.
A smartly written sci-fi that suceeds as a thought-provoking examination of society.