The second collaboration between "The Messenger" writer/director Oren Moverman and Woody Harrelson results in the portrait of a disgraced cop who refuses to leave the department and ultimately, the minds of its audience.
Featuring an extraordinary performance by Michael Shannon as a construction worker who sees the world falling apart around him, the sophomore film from "Shotgun Stories" writer/director Jeff Nichols is a natural wonder.
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.
In reshaping Yasmina Reza's razorsharp play for film, Roman Polanski has crafted the best possible adaptation that still can't help but feel a little bit dull.
A crushing disappointment from the director of "American Psycho" may just be the best worst film to come down the pike in a long time.
A brilliantly executed but emotionally distant story of one of Australia's most notorious serial killers.
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 ferocious Jamie Bell livens up this uneven but moderately successful thriller from first-time director Carl Tibbetts.
Mexico's official entry to the Oscars doesn't show the country in the best light, but its director may be one of its brightest stars with this deliberate thriller about a pageant queen caught up in the local drug wars.