With ending that is just as irrelevant as the rest of the film, Lovely, Dark, and Deep gives viewers a totally meaningless horror experience.
While Blackout doesn’t reinvent the horror genre, it is a competent werewolf film that puts meaning behind the bloodbath.
With a solid performance by Yûto Nakajima and a completely bonkers ending, #Manhole is a ludicrous film that is well-worth your time.
New Life can be an anxiety inducing ride due to its intensity and the outstandingly devastating performances of its cast.
The Primevals may be able to scratch that itch for stop-motion animation, but its painfully ’90s production may be a hard pill to swallow.
Killing Romance is the craziest musical romantic comedy revolving around murder and ostriches. As nonsensically brilliant as they come.
River has the guests of an inn stuck in a time loop, making for an amusing movie that is brilliantly written and beautifully filmed.
Mother Land is a beautiful handcrafted fantasy which overflows with intricate details and bursting with color.
Deep Sea is the best animated film of the year that most won’t see or even know about, but one that deserves every bit of praise it gets.