Horror director Simon addresses the alligator in the room: how Alexandre Aja's movie is a creature feature for the ages.
Jason and Shirley's director on his favorite film of 2019, Bridey Elliott's unconventional comedy drama starring her own family.
It's not exactly fashionable to love S. Craig Zahler's movies, but dammit if Joel Potrykus doesn't walk to the beat of his own drum.
Seemingly not very many people saw Nicolas Winding Refn’s noirish Amazon Prime series, but Rodney Ascher did and has a whole lot to say about it.
The writer-director of Strange Weather on Kirill Mikhanovsky's comedy drama, one of her favorite movies of 2019.
The writer-director makes the case for Mati Diop's unique Cannes-winning debut feature being among the very best movies of the year.
Mark Rappaport bangs a drum for Rick Alverson's '50s-set drama starring Jeff Goldblum as a wandering lobotomist.
Maybe because it was a sequel/remake, most audiences missed out on one of the most entertaining films of 2019.
The Strange Ones director Radcliff singles out AMC's period drama-horror, a show that managed to both surprise and inspire him.
Though Kay Cannon's debut has many of the trappings of a straightforward studio comedy, underneath is a much more complex, satisfying movie.