Us is a comic-horror allegory about the revolution of the underclass.
I saw a handful of fiction films which were well directed, capably acted, and offered meaningful stories.
The first three films I watched at SXSW this year were picked by me with the editors in mind. Not coincidentally, the editors also had pedigreed Massachusetts roots.
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In Transit, Christian Petzold explores why the ghosts of Europe’s troubled past are stirring once more.
To Sleep with Anger is a masterpiece, a powerful reminder that, however seductive the devil might be, he can be overcome.
Climax may be the director’s most fully realized attempt so far to suggest a state of madness onscreen.
Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria is a landscape of the shadowy feminine, steeped in ancient magic, willful evil, and the cyclical round-de-lay of death and rebirth.
Greta is a slight, uninspired by-the-numbers genre film — we’ve seen this paranoia-inducing tale too often.
This is a finely-selected sampling of what some accomplished women filmmakers offered in 2018.