IFC Films

‘No Man’s Land’ Review: A Little Slice of Un-American Texas

Joseph Braverman reviews No Man's Land, a stirring Texan family drama, featuring Frank Grillo, Andie MacDowell, and George Lopez.

7 Good

‘Embattled’ Review: Throws A Lot of Punches That Land with Heart

A son aspires to follow in his famous MMA father's footsteps, but along his journey must figure out how to break the abusive cycle, if possible, that his father has continued.

7.5 Good

Films To Be Thankful For: Camp (2003)

Chike Coleman's 'Films to be Thankful For' series covers the 2003 comedy-musical Camp.

‘Stardust’ Review: This David Bowie Biopic is under pressure and underwhelming

Staci Layne Wilson takes a look at Stardust, the unauthorized biopic about David Bowie. The singer-songwriter reinvents himself as Ziggy Stardust while touring America to promote his new album "The Ma...

6 Fair

‘Shithouse’ Review: Being a College Freshman Can Be a Real Stinker

Joseph Braverman reviews Shithouse, a film not shying away from taking a dump on the early days of college.

8 Great

Centigrade Interview: Genesis Rodriguez

A married couple find themselves trapped in their frozen vehicle after a blizzard and struggle to survive amid plunging temperatures and unforeseen obstacles.

Review: Strong Cast Helps Keep ‘The Rental’ Intriguing

Daniel Rester reviews the thriller-horror 'The Rental,' starring Dan Stevens and directed by Dave Franco.

6.8 Fair

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