Daughters of Darkness (1971) is a lesbian vampire movie, one of several that were kicking around the international market in the early 1970s.
Clear your schedule and go see Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria (2018). Get plenty of sleep the night before. It’s not the phone-it-in sort of movie.
The lights are changing color, the Goblin soundtrack is throbbing, and Sara (Stefania Casini) is trying to escape the dance academy. What more could you want? Directed by Dario Argento.
David Gordon Green’s Halloween (2018) may be a soft reboot/sequel of the sort that seems to be our punishment in whatever circle of hell this is, but it’s a far better movie than it ought to be for something that was made to revitalize a brand.
After you’ve captured the entire economy and all the political machinery of a country—it doesn’t matter which, but let’s say Brazil—and you’ve replaced the police with private security, and you’ve brought about massive unemployment, and you’re wondering what else there is for you to do, and you conclude that the only logical answer is to butcher and eat the lower classes, you might belong in The Cannibal Club (2018) by writer/director Guto Parente.
Dr. Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum) breaks up with his girlfriend Ronnie (Geena Davis). Directed by David Cronenberg.