Yorgos Lanthimos’ horrific follow up to The Lobster will be one of the most divisive films of the year.
A domestic drama co-exists with an alien invasion plot in the latest from Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa.
Necrophilia, torture, cannibalism, murder and fried chicken all co-exist in this Vietnamese horror oddity.
Denis Villeneuve’s sequel is a nearly three-hour art-house film disguised as a blockbuster.
Beyond Blade Runner 2049, here are our picks for this year’s FNC festival.
Pre-order the book now and receive some great incentives from Mondo, Death Waltz Records and more.
This is the Single White Female for the avocado-toast set.
Win tickets to the premiere of the Ryan Reynolds / Samuel L. Jackson action comedy on August 16 (Montreal or Toronto).
We speak to the director behind the mesmerizing new film starring a bed-sheet-clad Casey Affleck.
Our reviews of two premieres at Fantasia this week.