No other film at this year’s Sundance Film Festival received the kind of critical-acclaim and festival hype as Nate Parker’s feature directorial debut…
No, seriously. This is a thing.
Here are three very good Sundance entries that take different approaches to history.
In the immortal words of Salt-N-Pepa, let’s talk about sex!
Movies have shown that hurting someone physically is easy and profitable. If you really want to leave a mark, it’s psychological violence that’ll do it.
Straight from Sundance, read these three reviews for three different films!
Zach Braff’s second film is completely disconnected from reality.
The latest from ‘You’re Next’ collaborators Adam Wingard and Simon Barrett is an homage to ’80s action-horror flicks.
First-time director John Slattery shows promise, even if this depressing dark comedy doesn’t quite work.
In theaters October 11, 2013.
Fruitvale and Blood Brother take home top honors and other treats from Park City.
Review: Indie Game: The Movie, a Sundance award-winning film and South by Southwest film festival selection, follows the makers of the games Braid, Fez, and Super Meat Boy through their very real, truly human laughter and pain.