‘Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul’ Review – Sundance 2022

By Alex Kelly In a sea of gory and downtrodden films, Sundance might have just premiered its funniest and most quotable film in years.  With one of the best names of a movie, Honk For Jesus. Save Your Soul embarks on the journey of megachurch Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs, played by Sterling K. Brown, and First... Continue Reading →

‘Masters’ Review – Sundance 2022

Alex Kelly You don't need the supernatural to have an effective scary movie.  The directorial debut from Mariama Diallo, Masters follows three Black women at the beginning of the new semester at Ancaster University, a small college set on a haunted hill in the middle of the nondescript Northeast.  Led by Regina Hall as Professor... Continue Reading →

‘Living’ Review – Sundance 2022

Alex Kelly  Some of the saddest stories can have a significantly uplifting ending, and we might have just seen the best example of this at Sundance 2022.  Living, the latest directorial turn from Oliver Hermanus, follows a British bureaucrat by the name of Mr. Williams, played by Bill Nighy who is the ultimate cog in... Continue Reading →

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