So, here we are! As the final hours of the decade come to a close, the only correct way to truly celebrate the start of 2020’s is to recap some of our favorite films from the past few years! Not only that, the only right way to celebrate this event, is to invite our readers […]Read More THE TOP 100 FILMS OF THE 2010'S
Setting a tone of unearthly beauty from the very start, Lemohang Jeremiah Mosese’s Sundance World Cinema Dramatic Special Jury Award for Visionary Filmmaking winner This is Not a Burial, It’s as Resurrection is striking. The film is an exploration of grief and acceptance, both personal and of loved ones. It’s a poem dedicated to the […]Read More THIS IS NOT A BURIAL, IT'S A RESURRECTION – Review
Olympic Dreams is already a film more known for its gimmick than anything else. The first film to be entirely shot within the Olympic village (in this case, the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter ceremony), is a bit claustrophobic in its scope. Leads Nick Kroll and Alexi Pappas (wife of director Jeremy Teacher, who is a former […]Read More OLYMPIC DREAMS – REVIEW
In just a mere few hours, the 92nd Academy Awards will air worldwide, celebrating the supposed best of cinema of 2019. Those you follow my reviews and articles know already that I found 2019 to be a rather sub-par year for film. While there were a few occasional memorable gems, the end result almost felt […]Read More Every 2020 OSCAR Nominated Film Ranked
Any film which opens with two quotes from both Shakespeare and Beyoncé should at the very least live up to the hype of these two living legends. In the case of Come to Daddy, I’m unsure if director Ant Timpson received this memo. For a directorial debut with a title so wildly cringy, one would […]Read More COME TO DADDY – REVIEW
Loneliness is a feeling to latch onto. Driving in some endless space, waiting for something to hold when trying not to let go of the world. Maybe that’s a story to connect with, or often one person. In Ode to Nothing‘s case, that person isn’t even alive. Director Dwein Baltazar crafts one of the finest […]Read More Ode to Nothing is an Ode to More Than Just Nothing
Whether if it’s culture clash, genre intrigue, or strictly coordinated production management, Anime for better for worse has translated rapidly onto an international scale in the past decade. While films produced by Studio Ghibli have been premiering since the early festival days of the 1990’s, the television and theatrical movement of more globally distributed content […]Read More A Look Into the World of Makoto Shinkai
The highest grossing film of all time is Avengers: Endgame, and the most nominated film at this year’s Academy Awards is Joker. Comic book culture — and by extension, nerd culture — has gone mainstream. Casting news about upcoming superhero movies has become full of unexpected stars (would you expect Rachel Weisz to star in […]Read More THE NERDS WON THE CULTURE WAR… WHAT NOW?