Saturday, May 18, 2024

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Movie Review: ‘Abigail’ is a Bloody, But Delayed Crowdpleaser

Directors: Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler GillettiWriters: Stephen Shields, Guy BusickStars: Melissa Barrera, Dan Stevens, Alisha Weir Synopsis: After a group of criminals kidnap the ballerina daughter of a powerful underworld figure, they retreat...

Interview: Louise Woehrle, Director of ‘A Binding Truth’

Writer Will Bjarnar interviews Louise Woehrle, director of A Binding Truth. Will also reviewed the film here. Will Bjarnar: How did you first come across Jimmie and De’s story? Louise Woehrle: I...

Movie Review: ‘The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare’ is the Same Old Ritchie

Director: Guy RitchieWriters: Guy Ritchie, Paul Tamasy, Eric Johnson, Arash AmelStars: Henry Cavill, Eiza González, Alan Ritchson Synopsis: In 1940, a covert combat organization for Britain’s military that changes the course of World...

Movie Review: ‘The Beast’ is a Transcendent Sci-Fi Epic

Director: Bertrand BonelloWriter: Bertrand BonelloStars: Léa Seydoux, George MacKay Synopsis: In the near future, emotions have become a threat. Gabrielle decides to purify her DNA in a machine that will immerse her in...

Movie Review: ‘A Different Man’ Shows What is Under The Skin

Director: Aaron SchimbergWriter: Aaron SchimbergStars: Sebastian Stan, Adam Pearson, Renate Reinsve Synopsis: Aspiring actor Edward undergoes a radical medical procedure to drastically transform his appearance. But his new dream face quickly turns into...

Movie Review: ‘The People’s Joker’ Throws Jabs At The System

Director: Vera DrewWriters: Vera Drew, Bri LeRoseStars: Vera Drew, Griffin Kramer, Lynn Downey Synopsis: An aspiring clown grappling with her gender identity combats a fascistic caped crusader. Vera Drew’s scathing, viscerally original The People’s...

Movie Review: ‘A Binding Truth’ Digs Deeper Than Most

Director: Louise Woehrle Synopsis: Jimmie and De, former classmates in Charlotte in the 1960s, connect decades later after a shocking discovery compels them to face how the legacy of slavery in America links...

Chasing The Gold: Best Adapted Screenplay

“The Rewatchables”, one of the many movie-centric podcasts from The Ringer, runs through over a dozen often-hilarious categories in its weekly panel discussions of “rewatchable” movies from years past. While I greatly...

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