Nominated for Best Picture in 1996, 'Babe' is not just a story about a talking pig but also about compassion and believing in yourself.
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Author: Mary Beth McAndrews
Mamuro Oshii's 1995 anime is a fascinating examination of the female cyborg and her assumed sexuality.
DIY aesthetics meet big budget productions in two films from the late aughts.
Director Bryan Bertino's filmography is a dark and hopeless dive into the unpredictability of violence and the inability to truly avoid it.
Despite its amazing performances and stunning cinematography, Mona Fastvold’s romantic drama can't shake off the overdone tropes about lesbian relationships.
Karen Cinorre's film is reminiscent of the work of Wes Anderson but with a violent twist.
Erin Vassilopoulos’ feature debut is meticulously designed but lacks the story to hold up its beauty.
Wheatley is back to his genre roots with this trippy interpretation of folk horror.
Even a pandemic can't stop horror filmmakers from tapping into the found footage genre to create terror in the digital world.
With their fantastical escapes and beautiful worlds, these shows served as much-needed reprieves from a dark year.