Judy

Indeed superior to something dull like "Bohemian Rhapsody", but also nowhere near as complex as something like "La Vie En Rose", or as innovative as Todd Haynes "I'm  Not There", [...]

First Love

Prolific (and often provocative) auteur director Takashi Miike pulls no punches, literally, with his latest film “First Love.” At the jump we see a man’s beheading- another casualty of the [...]

Parasite

Bong Joon-ho returns to his homeland of South Korea, in his new film "Parasite". His audacious style and genre-driven sensibilities still reign supreme, yet this time his ideology and idealism [...]

Monos

"Monos", the latest South American movie to come out of Columbia is an austere, deeply abstract, and equally frustrating film that gives no answers, or barely any clarity for its [...]

Joker

The character of The Joker has seen countless interpretations over the character’s near 80 years of existence. First debuting in the comic “Batman #1” in 1940, the character has become [...]

Abominable

In the city of Shanghai, young teen Yi (Chloe Bennet) longs for a life of adventure in the aftermath of her father’s death. She spends her days doing odd jobs [...]

Ad Astra

"Ad Astra" marks the seventh feature film, but the first major mainstream film, by auteur James Gray. Most of his previous films were intimate films set in New York City, [...]

3 From Hell

It’s been nearly 15 years since the release of “The Devil’s Rejects”, the unlikely sequel to writer/director Rob Zombie’s first feature, “House of 1,000 Corpses”. “Rejects”, a film that polarized [...]