is a brilliantly deranged psychological thriller with a crazy, did-I-just-see-that climax in which Margaret (Rebecca Hall) sees her orderly existence upended when her terrible past resurfaces.
Kristen Stewart (far right) plays a lady who is fixated by the organ-removing antics of performance artists in David Cronenberg's return to body-horror techniques in this intense and darkly funny sci-fi thriller (Lea Seydoux and Viggo Mortensen).
Zelda Adams plays a girl whose mom forces her to live a solitary life because she has a rare condition in this fantastic punk-rock coming-of-age movie. Her darker side is revealed via a fortuitous encounter, and an inquiry into her family's bizarre past is launched.
A farm girl who wants to be famous so she can avoid having to take care of her elderly father and her strict mother, but she exhibits murderous tendencies in the midst of a novel take on period horror. Pearl is set in 1918 Texas during the flu pandemic.
Ethan Hawke offers really unsettling ambiguity to filmmaker Scott Derrickson's terrific 1970s-set thriller as The Grabber, a vicious masked murderer who holds abducted children in his soundproof basement in Colorado throwback.
Mariama Diallo's social horror film "Master" explores systematic racism and witchy history in a dark, twisted, and thought-provoking manner. At a largely white New England college where odd things are afoot, Regina Hall (left, with Amber Gray) portrays a professor.
stars Justin Long and Georgina Campbell as strangers who must live after discovering an unusual and chaotic circumstance involving a rented home in a suburban Detroit.