Films that represent the wide array of stories found in the fascinating subgenre.
10 years later, the Coens take on the spy genre remains a solid follow-up to their Oscar-winning achievement.
The Coen Brothers’ first feature has some rough edges that add to the effectiveness of this neo-noir.
Surprising moral ambiguity is found in this famous film presenting a fictionalized version of the Holocaust trial.
The movie involves a chorus girl, but the story behind the scenes is much more interesting.
This WWI-set espionage thriller has some similarities to a superhero blockbuster.
Our new horror column debuts with some Grade-A Nasty.
Murder and theatrics are on deck with a truly interesting early Hitchcock film.
Desiree Akhavan’s directorial debut is a charming and deceptively powerful look at culture and sexuality.
Don’t let the title confuse you, this is Hitchcock film that’s very much an “assignment film”.
Hitchcock’s early screwball comedy shows signs of his knack for visual humor.
The strong female characters and voices behind the camera are the highlight of this refreshing rom-com.