NYFF 2017 Highlights: Zama Review

Lucrecia Martel's Zama, an adaptation of Antonio di Benedetto's 1956 novel, is a crushingly intimate character study of an anguished civil servant, and one of the best selections from the 2017 New York Film Festival.

Arrival Review

"From direction to sound design, Arrival is a perfectly constructed film that stands apart from the mediocrity of the modern science fiction genre"

Don't Breathe Review

Fede Alvarez returns to the horror genre after a mixed response to his 2013 remake of Evil Dead. Is Don't Breathe a successful sophomore effort for the writer/director or does it fall into the mediocrity that has plagued the horror genre for years?