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Under the Silver Lake

By |05/30/2019|

I really wanted to rate "Under the Silver Lake" a higher rating, in fact there is a lot to love about the film. It is technically marvelous, aesthetically rich, beautifully [...]

Brightburn

By |05/26/2019|

Most superhero movies are based on comic books, we’re pretty familiar with that. The characters with fully established fan bases are the films that are guaranteed to make the most [...]

Her Smell

By |05/24/2019|

Nauseating by design and visceral in experience, with a running time that is about 30 minutes over-long,  "Her Smell", the sixth feature from indie film writer-director Alex Ross Perry (Queen of [...]

Hellboy (2019)

By |04/14/2019|

After the attempt at making a third feature in Guillermo Del Toro’s Hellboy franchise fell through, the studio decided to scrap everything and start over. This time, with a brand [...]

Pet Sematary

By |04/06/2019|

Death is a natural part of life, but it is also one of the most controversial subjects of our society. Everyone processes the concept in a different way. Some are [...]

Shazam!

By |04/05/2019|

After their biggest success to date with last year’s “Aquaman”, Warner Bros. and DC are taking things down to a much smaller scale with the hero, "Shazam!", formerly Captain Marvel… [...]

3 Faces

By |03/30/2019|

It's now been nine years since Iranian filmmaker Jafar Panahi was banned from making films in his own country, yet he has continued to rebel as all artists do, and [...]

The Beach Bum

By |03/29/2019|

Iconic independent filmmaker Harmony Korine has now spent three decades writing and directing feature films that explore the decadence of youth culture and even mankind as a whole . He [...]

Apollo 11

By |03/18/2019|

There was one point in our history where we wanted to touch the stars and explore what lies beyond our planet. Even if for some it was only to beat [...]

Capernaum

By |02/28/2019|

Nadine Labaki's third feature film, the Oscar nominated Lebanese film "Capernaum", is a bleak and deeply disturbing neo-realist film that is unpleasant and emotionally draining to endure, but also essential [...]