A terrifically sympathetic Rory Culkin and the most brutal knife action outside of South Korean cinema add to the experience.
The first footage of Jim Hosking's sophomore effort banks on Aubrey Plaza and Jermaine Clement to deliver some very dead-pan lines, but it totally works.
Families break, but that doesn't always mean they're broken.
Nick Offerman and Kiersey Clemons sing their way into your heart in this low-stakes dramedy about how we deal with change.
Beauty becomes the beast, and the beasts die beautifully.
A harsh tale in an otherwise beautiful land.
Guilt, ghosts, and a powerhouse performance by Toni Collette help make this a must-see for horror fans.
Sociopaths just want to have fun. But they can't... they're sociopaths.
You’ve heard the buzz, now see for yourself.
From social satire to hard drama to low-stakes comedy, this year's Sundance Film Festival delivered a wide variety of very good films. Here is a list of our favorites.