‘Pet Sematary: Bloodlines’ Review: Paramount+ Resurrects a Property That Hardly Needed a Prequel

Evil, as conceived by Stephen King, is an inexorable force as old as the world itself. It exists in countless forms, some of which can be staved off […]

‘The Teacher’ Director Farah Nabulsi Explains Why Shooting in Palestine Was Crucial

How does one measure the worth of one’s life? Does one life have more value than another? These complicated questions are at the center of British-Palestinian writer-director Farah […]

‘The Promised Land’ Review: Mads Mikkelsen Grows Potatoes When the Chips Are Down in a Rip-Roaring Historical Drama

“The Promised Land” deserves a sexier title than “The Promised Land”: It’s hard to hear those well-worn words and not expect something as beige and starchy as the […]

‘Sweet Dreams’ Review: A Gorgeous, Sardonic Portrait of Colonial Decline

It takes place on a sugar plantation, but Ena Sendijarević’s magnificently composed, eerily satirical “Sweet Dreams” has something more like acid flowing through its veins. Acid — or […]

The ‘Reliably Superb’ Alfredo Castro, Next Up in Pablo Larrain’s ‘El Conde,’ Boards Theo Court’s ‘Three Darks Nights’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Alfredo Castro, an absolute lead or co-star in seven Pablo Larraín films and one of the highest-regarded of actors in Latin America, is set to head the choral […]