Dune (2021)

Denis Villeneuve’s sprawling adaptation of Dune (Part One) captures a sense of cosmic scale unlike anything since 2001… which it transcends.

Don’t Look Up (2021)

Adam McKay’s smart little apocalyptic satire is one of the best comedies in years, and a gut-punch of social commentary. Its slick, fast-paced, and definitely

Henry Fool (1998)

Hal Hartley’s first entry in his Grim Family trilogy is his most famous, critically acclaimed, and in my opinion; best.

Red Rock West (1993)

John Dahl’s western noir/thriller is real 90’s hidden gem with great performances, strong cinematography, and plenty of entertaining twists.

Lamb (2021)

Valdimar Jóhannsson’s directoral debut is less a horror film and much more an unnerving arthouse drama.

Titane (2021)

Julia Ducournau’s genre-bending body horror masterpiece took the Cannes 2021 Palm d’Or.

Pig (2021)

The simultaneous bravery and vulnerability of forgiveness burns clean through Cage’s best work yet.  This movie is a real hidden gem. Or better, the rarest of truffles.

Annette still 2021

Annette (2021)

Leos Carax directs the surrealist pop-opera written by The Sparks Brothers. The exaggerated artifice of the modern musical…

I Married a Witch (1942)

Rene Clair’s lighthearted screwball comedy is an absolute delight. Veronica Lake is smoldering with her signature peekaboo bangs.

To Die For (1995)

Exploring TV celebrity and small-town poverty, it is based on the 1992 novel by Joyce Maynard. The entire cast is excellent.

The Visitor (1979)

This insane cult classic is a sloppy mashup of the best 70’s scifi and fantasy elements.