Johnny Depp's W. Eugene Smith bears witness to the devastation rendered onto the townspeople of Minamata, Japan.
Subverting the pitfalls of found footage through smart storytelling and stellar lead performances makes M.O.M. a genre standout.
There isn't much to The Hunt besides the controversy.
Transference is a grim and joyless sci-fi tale that never quite manages to find its footing.
It All Begins With a Song offers a standard but effective documentary approach to the unsung heroes of the music industry.
Maybe I'll have better luck with the book.
Reminiscent of older Disney films, suitable for children while retaining socially relevant messaging.
Elisabeth Moss’s career-best performance drives Leigh Whannell’s near-flawless modern adaptation of this horror classic.