Introducing the mystical underbelly of DC Comics with characters like Blue Devil, this first and now only season pays fine homage to Swamp Thing and his befuddling romance with …
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A fascinating and complex portrayal of teenagers gone wild amd falling into moral depravity, We ends badly for everyone.
More a film of atmosphere and nostalgia, Robert Altman's Kansas City looks behind the depression to those looking to get ahead.
Lars Von Trier tests his audience's patience with a boundary-pushing serial killer film, The House that Jack Built.
Taking a satirical look at teen pregnancy, Snatchers uses its platform to call out social norms and turn a potential victim into a humorous commentary.
Dark, satirical comedy takes the lead in The Skeleton of Mrs. Morales, leading to an unforgettable finale that brings the themes together.
An emotionally numbing examination of British colonization, The Nightingale goes over the top with a fantastical revenge scenario.
Hudson River Massacre (aka Canadian Wilderness) features one well scaled battle scene and universal story, if little else.
Stock noir themes flood into No Mercy, a dull '80s cop flick with uncomfortable aggression from star Richard Gere.
While strained in dramatic credibility, Manon's post-WWII romance bravely deflated some of the joy of a Nazi defeat.
The Soska sisters' fresh take on Cronenberg's terrifying body horror classic Rabid works, with star Laura Vandervoort transforming into a dangerous beauty.
With remarkable deftness and stellar storytelling, Parasite dazzles in its ability to weave fiction with truthful commentary.