Erin Devany explores the twisted links between religious trauma and self-harm in Phedon Papamichael’s ‘From Within.’
Film critic Mary Beth McAndrews explores the rape-revenge undertones of Lukas Feigelfeld’s ‘Hagazussa: A Heathen’s Curse.’
For film critic Harmony Colangelo, Tetsuro Takeuchi’s ‘Wild Zero’ is the ultimate anthem of love, courage, and rock-and-roll.
Film critic Ed Grabianowski makes the case for ‘Rawhead Rex’ as more folk horror classic than B-movie monsterfest.
Film scholar Annette LePique explains how Ted Post’s ‘The Baby’ became the perfect time capsule for 1970s self-obsession.
Film critic Rob Hunter explores how Jeff Goldblum’s signature acting style brings the devil to life in Philippe Setbon’s ‘Mister Frost.’