‘The Black Phone’ Review: A fun and brainless thriller.

Director(s): Scott Derrickson Writer(s): Scott Derrickson, C. Robert Cargill Cast: Ethan Hawke, Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQWAVkx8O74 When Scott Derrickson, who directed the first Doctor Strange, left Doctor Strange: In the Multiverse of Madness the pandemic that would ultimately shake up the world wasn't even a thought, that's how long ago it was. Derrickson cited... Continue Reading →

Summer TV Roundup, Week 3

The days are getting longer and hotter, which might have you seeking the cool confines of a living room. If you’re wondering what’s worth diving into as an escape from the summer heat, let this weekly post be your guide as I look at the pilot and second episode of new scripted, and select unscripted,... Continue Reading →

Dawn Breaks Behind the Eyes Review:

Dawn Breaks Behind the Eyes is a German independent film written and directed by Kevin Kopacka, and co-written by Lili Villányi. The story begins with Margot (Luisa Taraz) and Dieter (Frederik von Lüttichau) driving to their recently inherited, run-down castle. The story seemed to be quite predictable at first. She comes from an exceedingly wealthy... Continue Reading →

Lightyear – Movie Review

Lightyear: Directed by Angus MacLane SYNOPSIS: Legendary Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear embarks on an intergalactic adventure alongside a group of ambitious recruits and his robot companion Sox. SPOILER WARNING PAST THIS POINT IN THE REVIEW. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. This has to be my most anticipated animated film to come out in quite some time.... Continue Reading →

Women Filmmakers at Tribeca 2022

-Allison McCulloch Cherry (2022, Sophie Galibert) In the vein of Unpregnant and Plan B, Cherry is about a young woman who has to make a choice. We really have a whole slew of narrative films and documentaries about abortion right now. I suppose it's because once women gained their right to choose with Roe v.... Continue Reading →

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