The Duke of Burgundy

Studio: Sundance Selects
Directed by Peter Strickland

Jan 23, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

At Duke of Burgundy's core is an OK idea—exposing the audience's preconceptions and hang-ups via a sub/dom relationship between two women—yet instead of allowing it to take on its own life, Strickland fleshes out his idea with maddeningly over-bearing style. More

Black Sea

Studio: Focus Features
Directed by Kevin MacDonald

Jan 22, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Tracking twelve desperate men on a hazardous mission, Kevin MacDonald’s Black Sea runs on the same tightly-wound, masculine tension that fueled classics like Wages of Fear and The Treasure of the Sierra Madre. More


Studio: Cinelou Films
Directed by Daniel Barnz

Jan 21, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Claire Bennett (Jennifer Aniston) lives alone in her upscale Los Angeles home. Her primary, day-to-day interactions are with her hired caretaker, Elena, who prepares her meals, drives her to and from physical therapy sessions, and helps her re-up when she exhausts her supply of painkillers. More

Song One

Studio: Cinedigm / Film Arcade
Directed by Kate Barker-Froyland

Jan 20, 2015 Cinema Issue #52 - September/October 2014 - St. Vincent

Jenny Lewis and Jonathan Rice provided Song One's original music, which is woven into the narrative seamlessly alongside on-screen performances from artists including Sharon Van Etten, The Felice Brtohers, and Dan Deacon. More


Studio: IFC Films
Directed by Stephen Belber

Jan 19, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Patrick Stewart is Toby, a dance teacher who decades ago lived carelessly, but in old has age become someone who separates the different parts of his life to compulsive extremes. More


Studio: Lionsgate
Directed by Brian A. Miller

Jan 16, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

In a futuristic, urban resort known as Vice, visitors perpetrate their darkest, most sinister fantasies against androids. More

Little Accidents

Studio: Amplify
Directed by Sara Colangelo

Jan 15, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Elizabeth Banks flexes her dramatic muscles as the wife of a foreman who overlooked safety concerns that led to a fatal mine collapse.  More

Still Alice

Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Directed by Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland

Jan 13, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

While Still Alice is bleak and incredibly serious, it mostly avoids cheap sentimentality, managing to educate without becoming an after-school special. More

Beloved Sisters

Studio: Music Box Films
Directed by Dominik Graf

Jan 12, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Dominik Graf’s Beloved Sisters posseses a fascinating visual approach that distinguishes the film apart from its period counterparts.