The director may not need to make that "Man From U.N.C.L.E." film after conquering the spy genre already with this entertaining action flick built around the female MMA star.
A smartly-conceived exploration of female relationships and jealousy, this first feature makes for a tense, thought-provoking debut.
The actor who once played James Dean becomes a director of the story about the final day of his famous friend in a film that lives and dies by its own limited scope.
If you couldn't make it into their first plays at Fantastic Fest, these two culturally rich action films are both worth catching during their second time around.
A brilliantly executed but emotionally distant story of one of Australia's most notorious serial killers.
Picked up by Lionsgate and winner of multiple trophies at Fantastic Fest, "A Horrible Way to Die" director Adam Wingard's latest film about a home invasion gone horribly awry lives up to the hype and then some.
The director of "Maria Full of Grace" returns after seven years to helm this tense drama about a teen whose future is thrown into question when a generations-long blood feud in Albania is renewed.
A documentary about the lifelong dedication of a Japanese master chef to his craft is nearly as expert in creating a film celebrating his legacy and asking which of his two sons will continue it.
Anchored by two strong performances, a romance conjured from limited means demonstrates the real magic of movies.
The co-director of the found-footage "[REC]" takes a surprising turn with a classical horror film that may actually be a new classic.
A ferocious Jamie Bell livens up this uneven but moderately successful thriller from first-time director Carl Tibbetts.