Much of what's here is inspired goofiness, mixing the genially rude with plenty of mockery at the expense of Dutch character and institutions.
Fantasia Film Festival
A twisty, compelling psychological thriller whose closing credits bear a dedication to Nicolas Roeg.
"Tilt" may be the first narrative feature out of the gate to make the Trump presidency a specific cause of its protagonist's burning discontent—though he's got others, too.
A nerdy college boy is transformed into a half-human, half-monster hybrid in "Tokyo Ghoul," an uneven live-action adaptation of Sui Ishida's hit manga about flesh-eating creatures running amok in an…
After a summer of expensive fantasy-action disappointments, there's something refreshing about this remake's admittedly dopey but good-natured, straightforward mano-a-mano.
Four lost souls bring a struggling karaoke club back to life in "Karaoke Crazies," an entertaining combination of eccentric comedy and involving human drama. Boasting tip-top visuals and outstanding…
The "invisible man" genre hook is the least successful element in this nicely crafted drama about a man struggling to retain any connection to human society.
This shaggy quasi-thriller offers a drolly amusing, lightly macabre variation on the standard lesbian romantic comedy.
Playwright Ian MacAllister-McDonald's debut feature is a refreshingly grounded, unsentimental yet empathetic slice of D-list teenage life.
Cute anthropomorphic critters deal with some less-than-adorable issues—like depression, murder, environmental disaster and general hopelessness—in "Psychonauts, The Forgotten Children."
This effects-free indie seriocomedy focuses on an ex-crimefighter who loses his general mojo at the classic fortysomething juncture.