SXSW Winner: I Love My Dad. The Last Movie Stars. Crows are White. Linoleum. Deadstream. Spaz. Tony Hawk: Until the Wheels Fall Off. Soft & Quiet. These are just a few of the many films that Taylor Baker, Taylor Beaumont, … Continue reading.
We’ve made our way though a number of Sundance 2022 selected films already, including
“A Love Song”, “Speak No Evil”, “After Yang”, and “God’s Country” with more coverage still to come. Now that most of the movies … Continue reading.
Sweetheart Deal. Flux Gourmet. The Good Boss.
Midday Black, Midnight Blue. In Front of Your Face. Everybody Hates Johan. Marcel the Shell with Shoes On. Cha Cha Real Smooth. I Love My Dad. These are just a few of the … Continue reading.
Another year another Sundance in the books. You can read reviews of festival titles from our Drink in the Movies team, including
“A Love Song”, “Speak No Evil”, “After Yang”, “All That Breathes” and “God’s Country” with … Continue reading.
Ahed’s Knee.” “Flux Gourmet.” “Barbarian Invasion.” “In Front of Your Face.” “The Justice of Bunny King.” “Marcel the Shell with Shoes On.” “Cha Cha Real Smooth.” These are just a few of the many films that Taylor Baker and … Continue reading.
Bodies, Bodies, Bodies. X. The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. The Cow. To Leslie. Nightstream. These are just a few of the many films that Taylor Baker and Thomas Stoneham-Judge cover in this curtain raiser video for SXSW 2022.
Speak No Evil”. “Riotsville, USA”. “Fresh”. “Tantura”. “Cha Cha Real Smooth”. “The Mission”. “After Yang”. These are just a few of the many films that Thomas Stoneham-Judge from … ForReel and I cover in this curtain raiser video for Sundance Continue reading.
Directed by: George Miller
Distributed by: United Artists Releasing
More than half a decade removed from making one of the most memorable action films of the 21st century in “Mad Max: Fury Road,” George Miller …
Directed by: Gaspar Noé
Distributed by: Utopia
What can I say about Gaspar’s latest film “Vortex” that the many others who’ve written and spoken about haven’t already said? The bleakness and wispiness of the Dreyer-esque …
Directed by: Robert Eggers
Distributed by: Focus Features
On its face “The Northman” seems to continue Robert Eggers’s opening career salvo of films with an uncompromising vision and while “The Northman” does leave one with …