After the silly "Murder Party," Jeremy Saulnier gets serious with a stirring thriller.
An emotionally volatile cop veers from the ridiculous to the sublime following his mother’s death in this most arresting feature debut from actor/writer/director Jim Cummings.
Following the sensational revenge thriller "Blue Ruin," the writer/director doesn't disappoint.
Sundance ’19 Review: Praise the Lord for Samantha Buck and Marie Schlingmann’s Sensational “Sister Aimee”
A dazzling feature debut stars Anna Margaret Hollyman as a famed 1920s evangelist who does some devilish things to get right with God.
Interview: Macon Blair on Carving Out a Place of His Own with “I don’t feel at home in this world anymore.”
The co-writer of "Blue Ruin" and "Green Room" talks about stepping up to the director's chair with a rip-roaring tale of vengeance with a conscience.
Interview: Steve Collins on Making the World’s Problems More Manageable with Comedy in “I’ve Got Issues”
The director of "Gretchen" talks about taking on increasingly surreal times with absurdist humor.