Sundance 2020

‘Minari’ Is a Rarified Expression of Realism in the Modern Blockbuster Era

Whether tragic or beautiful or merely mundane, every scene is bursting with beauty.

‘Shirley’ Completes The Elisabeth Moss Madness Trilogy

Elisabeth Moss as Shirley Jackson is the most insanely perfect of pairings.

Nat Faxon and Jim Rash on Exploring the Theatrical in ‘Downhill’

We chat with the directors about taking on a beloved Swedish film and delivering their twist on the material.

Bo Burnham on the Unrepeatable Audacity of ‘Promising Young Woman’

We talk with the actor about his desire to participate in 'Promising Young Woman' even when he struggled to comprehend…

Holy Hell, ‘Possessor’

Brandon Cronenberg is a bloodied and bruised chip of flesh off the ol' body horror block.

Miranda July Extends Her Reign as Queen of Quirk with ‘Kajillionaire’

Few filmmakers take us further from stale storytelling while somehow remaining relatable.

‘Relic’ Is Horror That’s Terrifying, Real, and Ultimately Beautiful

Like Mike Flanagan before her, Natalie Erika James is a filmmaker who flawlessly blends terrifying horror with the ache of…

Viggo Mortensen Captures Poignant Character Study in Directorial Debut ‘Falling’

Who'd have thought Lance Henriksen would be Viggo Mortensen's muse.

‘The Night House’ Will Leave You Screaming

The director of 'The Ritual' returns with something far more frightening.