Delicate and moving, immense and profound.
What begins as a love letter soon evolves into an exploration of a subculture struggling with adolescence. Bring on the sequel!
Hypnotic, dreamlike, and terrifying. LUZ is impossible to look away from even when you'd want to.
In one of the worst films of the year, Gerard Butler and Morena Baccarin face the prospect of having to behave like commoners in the face of the apocalypse.
AKIRA is an electrifying, dizzying epic; a rarity that defined an entire genre and continues to do so again and again over the decades.
Sobering, touching, and inspirational. CLAPBOARD JUNGLE is the kind of film every aspiring filmmaker needs to see.
More of a standalone zombie film than a true sequel, PENINSULA loses focus on what made TRAIN TO BUSAN so effective, and instead feels messy and disjointed.
Simplistic, dull, and tonally confused, UNHINGED has little to offer even for those who've missed going to the cinemas. Better to just stay home.
The new (ab)normal is before us, and Night Visions emerges from COVID19 isolation with a brand new lineup. Here are ten films you shouldn't miss this year.