Vivarium is a big experience even though it is primarily contained to a single place. It is a terrifying and surrealist allegory about the miseries of attempting to acquire a home.
The355 is an overlooked thriller that is worth watching because it has a fantastic cast, an exciting plot, and surprising twists that will keep you guessing.
The critically praised movie Emergency, which had its world premiere at Sundance, was hailed as an instant classic for offering a novel take on the clichés of college party nights and road trips.
Vivarium is a bigAll Good Things, a suspenseful film partially based on unbelievable true events in which a New York real estate billionaire was suspected of killing his wife, stars Ryan Gosling (Blade Runner 2049)
Two drug dealers show up at a mother-daughter murdering team's home, threatening their lives while simultaneously asking for assistance. Camila Mendes (Riverdale) appears in this suspenseful thriller.
Saint Maud, the brilliant feature debut of writer-director Rose Glass, is a movie that should have been released to far greater acclaim than it did. It's a movie about religion and loneliness that turns out to be an incredibly difficult character study for the lead actor.
A Quiet Place Part II picked up where its predecessor left off, but it also expanded in exciting new narrative areas as part of its expanding horror universe—a sequel we didn't realise we needed until we got it.
If you can stomach it, The Neon Demon, a brilliant work of the macabre, is a colourful and visceral work that would make a delicious dinner.
We Need to Talk About Kevin, an unlucky movie about how horrible it would be to have Ezra Miller as your child, is a sombre yet sharp effort from Lynne Ramsay that never holds back in its heartbreaking depiction of murder.
William Friedkin's Killer Joe, an NC-17 version of Tracy Letts' (actor in Ford versus Ferrari, Ladybird) play of the same name, is a tense and dramatic film about money, murder, and family. It's almost funny in its drama and emotional fervour.