Sophie Hyde directs dramedy Animals, starring Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat; more… [This post is for Patreon patrons only for the first month.]
Bryce Dallas Howard versus dinosaurs, Vera Farmiga versus her criminal dad, Shirley Henderson versus Parkinson’s disease, more…
There are no new movies opening in wide release in the US today that are written or directed by women, and none about women. In limited release, Juliette Binoche, Rachel Weisz, Rachel McAdams, and Alia Shawkat are looking for love, with varying degrees of success.
Two movies about women at crossroads in their lives explore the sort of personal crisis — lost mojo! — typically reserved for men onscreen.
Blue Ruin’s Jeremy Saulnier is back with a smart, savage, dryly funny horror flick that has something to say about all-too-human monsters. No spoilers!
I’m not sure a better cast has ever gone more ickily astray than in this most misbegotten of dramedies…
I always knew Drew Barrymore could be this cool: her directorial debut is a simultaneously sweet and kickass story about one girl’s finding her bliss, a movie that works within Hollywood conventions of storytelling to handily demonstrate that just because a tale is familiar doesn’t mean it can’t be fresh and funny and edgy, too.