This clever Japanese zombie film is a spirited attempt to blow up and reinvigorate the genre.
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.
The Lady from Shanghai is a black comedy of manners, a “film noir” near-masterpiece.
In 1957’s Pal Joey, Rita Hayworth makes an indelible impression as a screen siren, as sexy as in her ’40s heyday.
Womanizing Astaire grasps that Rita is the loveliest catch of all, and a keeper, in this musical treat.
A prescient work that introduces themes and imagery (particularly youth, nostalgia and urban angst) that have become central to Olivier Assayas’ oeuvre.
The Brattle Theatre has come up with a specially-curated slate of films that honors the cinematic underpinnings of Netflix’s Stranger Things.
Everyone who loves documentary, who cherishes the Maysles brothers’ legacy, should rush to the Brattle Theatre to see In Transit.
Rosamond Purcell’s striking photographs are about surprising transformations, the unexpected magic of metamorphosis.
This year’s Taste of Iceland is bringing in only one film, Rock in Reykjavik, and it is screening only once.