The film’s reputation has the potential to only grow with time.
A singular journey through battlefields, into haunted hotels, and across the universe.
A black comedy with a sharp high kick.
The Braffster’s returning to the director’s chair for a black comedy.
Todd Solondz returns with a brisk and hilarious meditation on death in America.
Plus, an in-depth conversation about the rest of the best and those yet to come.
Yorgos Lanthimos returns with a terrifying dark comedy stunning for its originality.
John Niven’s Britpop thriller is as effective and enjoyable as an old music compilation.
Michael Dougherty returns with the feel-bad movie of the holiday season.
The series’ conclusion commits the greatest offense of all: being boring.
Here’s how you Boyle down a film 20 years later.
A finely-honed dark comedy and a character study of a family in turmoil.