It’s as much fun as you’re going to have in a movie theater this year.
Walter Chaw revisits Oliver Stone's 1981 horror film "The Hand" and explores the director's fascination with nightmares and the uncanny.
It’s a mosaic film that strings together brief character sketches and striking tableaus, and then periodically returns to key characters and settings as the movie unfolds, creating a meticulous rhythm that will prove either mesmerizing or boring depending on whether you like the film.
Grateful for a scrap of melody.
Werner Herzog profiles people who are as fascinated by volcanoes as he is.
It’s a pity that Jack Reacher: Never Go Back fails to support Cruise and his costars, all of whom are acting as if their lives depended on it.
A dazzling story of love, obsession, con artistry and revenge, directed by a modern master.
A documentary about the 1966 shootings at the University of Texas at Austin, told partly through animation.
None of them are getting out of there alive.
You’re not being told a story here so much as being sold a career.
A harrowing, at times strangely lyrical look at Newton, Connecticut, site of the 2012 elementary school shootings.