Little Women Review



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Review: 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' is Strong with the Force



Co-written and directed by filmmaker J.J. Abrams (Mission: Impossible III, Star Trek, Super 8, Star Trek Into Darkness, Episode VII - The Force Awakens), Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is the third entry in this current Star Wars trilogy featuring...

IDFA Review: Feras Fayyad's Extraordinary Documentary 'The Cave'



"When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, 'Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.'" (–Fred Rogers) The people who give everything to help others when things are bad are the tr...

IDFA Review: 'The Australian Dream' Powerfully Confronts with Truth



Wow wow wow. What a film...! I don't know too much about Australia's history nor do I follow the country's current events, so going into this film I wasn't sure what to expect. I didn't know anything about the story it was telling. And there's nothin...

Review: Rian Johnson's 'Knives Out' is a Razor-Sharp Murder Mystery



Perhaps best known as the writer & director of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, filmmaker Rian Johnson got his big start in 2005 with the neo-noir mystery Brick. A hard-boiled detective story in the vein of The Maltese Falcon, Brick won a Special Jury P...

Review: Mike Flanagan's 'Doctor Sleep' Film is Not to Be Overlooked



In 2011, Mike Flanagan wrote, edited, and directed his first feature, the low-budget indie horror Absentia. After the success of his Kickstarter-funded indie film, Flanagan got the opportunity to adapt his own 2006 short, Oculus: Chapter 3 – The Ma...

October Horror Movie Recommendation: Trick ‘r Treat



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Movie Review: Maleficent: Mistress of Evil



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Sitges Review: Benson & Moorhead's Clever Sci-Fi Film 'Synchronic'



There's nothing like a Benson & Moorhead film. These two indie filmmakers have been working together since 2012, launching with their first feature film Resolution. They followed that up with Spring in 2014, then The Endless in 2017, both excellent f...

Sitges Review: 'After Midnight' is Mumblecore Meets Monster Horror



Nothing like a good ol' fashioned monster movie. After Midnight is the latest film written and co-directed by filmmaker Jeremy Gardner (of The Battery and Tex Montana Will Survive!), produced by fellow genre filmmakers Justin Benson & Aaron Moorhead.

Sitges Review: 'The Platform' is Social Commentary Cooked Just Right



Each year we get to see a new selection of films criticizing modern society, governments, and everything else wrong with the way things work. But only a few of these films deserve to be crowned and called the crème de la crème of cinema. The Platfo...

Sitges Review: Daniel Radcliffe in Action Comedy Film 'Guns Akimbo'



Just when you think, "they've done it all", someone will come up with some other crazy-as-shit idea and turn it into a movie. The next evolution in the wild action comedy subgenre is a movie titled Guns Akimbo, this time coming from New Zealand (thou...

Sitges Review: Vincenzo Natali's Inescapable Thriller 'In the Tall Grass'



In the tall grass lurks monsters, demons, horrors aplenty – but scariest of all is a fear of confusion, unknown forces, an inability to figure out where to go or what to do or how to escape. I've been a big fan of director Vincenzo Natali ever sinc...

SSIFF Review: Tim Roth Sifts Through the Past in 'The Song of Names'



Music is a remarkably powerful stimulus, capable of transmitting the greatest emotions and stories across space and time. A number of excellent films this year have shown the power of music (most notably Portrait of a Lady on Fire - read our review).

SSIFF Review: James Franco's Wacky Old Hollywood Fable 'Zeroville'



There's no place like old Hollywood... Zeroville is actor / writer / director James Franco's latest cinematic endeavor, a feature film adapted from Steve Erickson's novel of the same name, a dream-like story that starts out in 1969 and drifts into th...

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