It has even less of a soul than Reservoir Dogs, but Ben Wheatley's latest is still gleefully alive.
It's a documentary that should be seen by anyone interested in the future of cities.
The film's first hour, however, is packed with clever metaphors that use horror-movie tropes to explore the mystery of human interactions.
French writer-director François Ozon’s latest genre study wears its history proudly.
Charles Hunnam plays the upper-crust Brit who braved heat, piranhas, and poison arrows