Aurora's Sunrise is a horrifying tale of genocide, survival, and hope.
Rachel (Emilia Clarke) and Alvy (Chiwetel Ejiofor) have a baby using an egg-shaped, artificial womb in near future New York City.
Heart of Stone may be schlock, but it sure is fun.
A doctor (Corey Hawkins) investigates brutal killings on an 1897 ship with mysterious cargo in The Last Voyage of the Demeter.
Swift, sharp, and fierce, the Netflix miniseries packs a punch, and overcomes its occasional forced messaging.
Writer-director Marcellus Cox’s impressive debut film effectively captures the ripple effects of abuse and trauma.
A little girl and her brother must undertake a perilous journey in order to save their ailing mother, and ultimately their homeland, in Mother Land.
In Aporia, a time travel element creates a ripple effect for one grieving woman and her family.
Francis (Aaron Pierre) looks out for his younger brother, Michael (Lamar Johnson), as they grow up impoverished in Canada.
Meryl Streep, Paul Rudd, Jesse Williams, and Matthew Broderick feed a theatrical frenzy as the series hits a creative high note.
Medusa Deluxe gives the murder mystery genre a bombastic and colorful update set in the competitive hairdressing world, seemingly in one long take.
Two girls stuck at school for the holidays must survive an attack from a pack of murderous psychopaths in The Sacrifice Game.
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The crew of a late night talk show get more than they bargained for in an attempt to boost their ratings on Halloween night.
Franz Rogowski, Ben Whishaw and Adèle Exarchopoulos star in Ira Sach's new love-triangle drama that subverts the expectations of romance films.
LOLA, a sci-fi war romance in grainy black-and-white, is one of the most original and unique films to come along in a while.
Utah teen Anna (Grace Van Dien) falls in love with a much older man online (Kyle Gallner) and invites him to meet her mother (Summer Phoenix).
A drag strip racer (Shiloh Fernandez) and his brother-in-law (Kevin Dillon) pay the price for robbing a small town pill mill.
Director Steve James offers a fascinating look at Ted Hall, the physicist who decided to share U.S. nuclear secrets with the Soviets.
Kyle Gallner and Johnny Berchtold are captivating in this new hostage thriller from director Carter Smith.