The New York-based festival roars back to post-lockdown life with its usual solid lineup of future award winners and indie gems.
Ilana Glazer co-writes and stars in a jarring thriller about a mother-to-be suffering from paranoia…or is she?
Rose Byrne’s new dark comedy won’t be for everyone, but it’s a fascinating look at toxic ambition & female body image.
Audiences didn’t know what to make of a new & deeply unsettling Jim Carrey in Ben Stiller’s dark comedy.
Patrick Wilson & Vera Farmiga’s likability isn’t enough to keep this plodding entry in the smash horror series afloat.
Stephen King adapts one of his most personal novels in a lavish, well-acted production that maybe should have been six episodes instead of eight.
America’s first furtive step into returning to in-person film festivals is coming soon — and here’s what we’re looking forward to.
In challenging times, a movie with a talking crab can be a balm for the soul.
Though it has a seed of an interesting story, Ryan Kruger’s sci-fi comedy something or other would rather just overwhelm the viewer’s senses.
One of Francis Ford Coppola’s most underrated films is a moving look at the legacy of violence & what it means to be a “leader.”
Despite its high quality production design and strong performances, the Shudder haunted house flick lacks in genuine thrills
A young nurse is given a terrifying assignment in Corinna Faith’s bleak but all too timely supernatural horror.
We examine the game changing highs and ambitious lows of Coppola’s six decade career.
The underrated teen comedy-drama about a lonely, lovelorn nerd turns 35 this year.
The remaining festival offerings in horror are satisfyingly gory, but some fall short in plot & characterization.
SXSW’s horror offerings start with a vampire thriller, ecoterror, and a three hour long documentary that flies by.
Shudder’s latest is a deeply silly horror-comedy that mostly succeeds in spite of itself.
While the script is almost entirely a retread of the original, an engaged and enthusiastic cast makes it worthwhile.