Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Tag: Film

Op-Ed: Horror Movies Give Us False Sense of Security Disguised as Preparation

Ask just about any enthusiast if they think they could survive a horror movie and watch them lie to themselves. They'll probably claim they would end up being the final person because...

Movie Review (Sundance): ‘Knocking’ Shows Paranoia on a Small Scale

Director: Frida Kempff Writers: Emma Broström Stars: Cecilia Milocco, Albin Grenholm, Ville Virtanen Synopsis: A coming of age psychological thriller that plays out the unsettling reality of a kid who holds his family captive in a...

Movie Review (Sundance): ‘John and the Hole’ is a Cryptic yet Captivating Coming-of-Age Story

Director: Pascual Sisto Writers: Nicolás Giacobone Stars: Charlie Shotwell, Jennifer Ehle, Michael C. Hall, Taissa Farmiga Synopsis: A coming of age psychological thriller that plays out the unsettling reality of a kid who holds his family...

Movie Review (Sundance): ‘Censor’ is Certified Mentally Nasty

Director: Prano Bailey-Bond Writers: Prano Bailey-Bond, Anthony Fletcher Stars: Niamh Algar, Nicholas Burns, Vincent Franklin, Sophia La Porta, Adrian Schiller Synopsis: After viewing a strangely familiar video nasty, Enid, a film censor, sets out to...

Movie Review: ‘Malcolm & Marie’ is a Masterclass in Character Study and Escalating Conflict

Director: Sam Levinson Writers: ISam Levinson Stars: Zendaya, John David Washington Synopsis: A director and his girlfriend’s relationship is tested after they return home from his movie premiere and await critics’ responses. How do you begin...

Op-ed: Why ‘David Byrne’s American Utopia’ is the Perfect Film for Processing 2020

The screen is black. The next frame looks down from above on a man seated at a table – with a model of a brain in front of him. Thus begins David Byrne’s American Utopia –...

Movie Review: ‘I’m Your Woman’ is a Film Always One Step Ahead  

Director: Julia Hart Writer: Julia Hart, Jordan Horowitz Stars: Rachel Brosnahan, Arinzé Kene, Marsha Stephanie Blake, Bill Heck, Frankie Faison Synopsis: A woman is forced to go on the run with her baby after her...

Second Chances: A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Where and when we watch movies are crucial to how much we enjoy them. By rewatching a film, our opinion on it can drastically change. We can appreciate things we never saw...
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