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Kinds of Kindness – first-look review

By David Jenkins

Yorgos Lanthimos returns with another scorcher in this innovative and darkly comic trio of films about spiritual domination.

Poor Things review – Lanthimos at his most playful and comedic

By Savina Petkova

Emma Stone gives a career-defining performance in Yorgos Lanthimos’ opulent provocation about the human body as a nexus for pleasure and pain.

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Asteroid City

By David Jenkins

The maestro returns, the patented formula tweaked to blissful perfection in this witty and deeply moving exploration of the tools that we produce to help us see beyond our everyday vision.

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Inside – first-look review

By Hannah Strong

Willem Dafoe plays an art thief who becomes trapped in a high-tech luxury pent house in Vasilis Katsoupis' unusual thriller.

Wes Anderson’s new film Asteroid City will hit Earth in an early-summer release date

By Charles Bramesco

With a theatrical run scheduled for June, a premiere at Cannes seems all but assured.

Dead for a Dollar – first-look review

By Leila Latif

There should be a warrant out for someone's arrest after this dire western from Walter Hill.

Saddle up for Walter Hill’s return to the Western in the Dead for a Dollar trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Willem Dafoe and Christoph Waltz cross paths in pursuit of a wayward woman with designs of her own.

The Northman

By Hannah Strong

Robert Eggers assembles an intrepid team for the epic tale of a wronged Viking prince’s quest for vengeance.

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What to expect from Robert Eggers’ resurrection of Nosferatu

By Molly Cavanagh

The American writer/director appears poised to offer a bold new take on the silent horror classic.

River

By Marina Ashioti

Not even Willem Dafoe’s narration can save this meandering documentary with tired colonial overtones.

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Vikings unleash hell in the first trailer for Robert Eggers’ The Northman

By Charles Bramesco

Alexander Skarsgård, Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicole Kidman, and Björk star in the 10th-century Icelandic epic.

The Card Counter

By David Jenkins

Paul Schrader continues his God’s Lonely Man project with Oscar Isaac in-tow as a tormented professional poker player.

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The French Dispatch

By Hannah Strong

Wes Anderson’s New Yorker-inspired anthology film is a meticulously-crafted love letter to the art of magazine journalism.

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The carnival comes to town in the first trailer for Nightmare Alley

By Charles Bramesco

Step right up to see Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, and Rooney Mara in Guillermo del Toro’s period psychothriller!

Robert Eggers’ Nosferatu remake is a go, with Anya Taylor-Joy on board

By Charles Bramesco

She’ll play the ripe-necked victim of Orlok the vampire in the new take on FW Murnau’s Gothic classic.

Oscar Isaac beats the odds in the first trailer for The Card Counter

By Charles Bramesco

He’s a card shark, vengeance-seeker, and possible war criminal in Paul Schrader’s new crime drama.

Walter Hill’s new western pits Christoph Waltz against Willem Dafoe

By Charles Bramesco

They’ll play a bounty hunter and an outlaw, respectively, in the veteran director’s upcoming Dead for a Dollar.

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