Valley of Love
Two of France's greatest actors reunite in a strange tale of death and the afterlife in the California desert.
The sloppy, infuriating YA series continues to lose steam.
Way Too Indiecast 58: Film Essayist Mark Rappaport, Directorial Left Turns
The Dastardly Dissenter returns as CJ teams with Bernard to bring you this week’s show, in which they discuss their favorite “directorial left turns,” which also happens to be the subject of this month’s Way Too Indie staff feature....
Movies and TV to Stream This Weekend – March 18
Streaming options this weekend include Charlie Kaufman's absurd puppet show 'Anomalisa', plus other great selections on MUBI, Fandor, and Netflix.
Neither Heaven Nor Earth (ND/NF Review)
A great premise is all 'Neither Heaven Nor Earth' has to offer.
With excellent performances and a fine directing touch, 'Sweet Bean' is a film worth finding and savoring.
Our Favorite Directorial Left Turns
We look at 11 directors who made a sudden shift in their careers that paid off.
The Apostate (ND/NF Review)
Philosophy, faith, and family collide with the Catholic church in this scattered, disappointing comedy.
Kaili Blues (ND/NF Review)
As much as we cannot tell where the film is going, we cannot tell if it is going anywhere at all, or if it even needs to be.
Suspicion wreaks havoc on a woman's psyche in Asghar Farhadi's wonderful drama.
Trey Edward Shults' directorial debut shows a filmmaker only interested in emotional intensity for its own sake.
Self-absorbed socialites pretend to have deep thoughts in this aimless psychodrama.
A sharp looking dark comedy showcasing a technological future filled with people we already know and hate.
Kanye West, Terrence Malick, and the Price of Auteurism
Terrence Malick and Kanye West's visions get lost because they are too consumed in their own art, that's the problem with auteurism.
Life After Life (ND/NF Review)
A man carries out the wishes of his late wife, whose spirit has possessed their son, in this bleak Chinese drama.