Midsommar is a film made during a breakup, and it feels like tepid self-reference, instead of meaningful self-reflection.
‘The Dead Don’t Die’ is a zombie film with the finest cast and director it could have. Sadly, it’s not really sure what it wants to be, and dies a death because of it.
Charlie Says is a picture that paints the Manson Family not in sensationalist hues, but rather in the monochrome of reality. The veil has been thrown considerably back.
The Beach Bum features Zac Efron, a backward attempt at understanding and Hollywood in love with itself. And that’s about it.
The ‘Gospel of Eureka’ retells the story of two gay-centric cinemas in the desert of Arizona – located centrally in the feels.
Jordan Peele’s “Us” is a supreme accomplishment, pushing far beyond the genre it pretends to be. Go see it.
The internet followers of the ‘black pill’ believe that the only inherent value left in the world is what can be achieved through acts of extreme violence. Christchurch certainly fit the bill.
‘Tito and the Birds’ offers the viewer a vibrant vision of truly grim existence, in where the birds sing, and man attempts to navigate fear through consumerism. Sound familiar?
‘Lords of Chaos’ brings the birth of Black Metal to the screen, warts, boots, fascists undertones and all.
‘The Ritual’ is a Netflix movie that wriggles free of your assumptions. It’s a monster movie, it’s a psychological evaluation, and above all, it’s bloody good.
In the modern age, moral ambiguity is present in the art we produce. Lars von Trier and Panos Cosmatos are leading the honest push in the opposite direction.
They might seem harmless, but the dorky inhabitants of the internet have the political and financial clout to operate the means to justify their ends.
Seeking or gifting a new watch this season? If it’s for a man wanting a simple design, I discovered you want to favour the selection of “women’s” watches instead.
Eric Parker numbered one of the of people who took up arms against the US Government, now under lock and key in Nevada. After his latest mistrial, he picked up the phone.
Now that George Zimmerman has sold the gun he used to kill Trayvon Martin for $120k, we’ve asked one of our American cousins for a “please explain.”