Written by Anna Harrison "“Hands That Bind” is ostensibly a Western, but it’s a Western by way of sci-fi luminaries such as Arthur C. Clarke and filmic oddballs like Stan Brackage, and as such it’s a bit hard to pin … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison "There is something immensely satisfying about the stupidity of “The Murder Podcast”—satisfying less because it’s good, and more because it know it’s not, but there’s no shame in that when played correctly. Even its protagonist’s name, … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison It makes me feel somewhat guilty to give “Portraits From a Fire” a less-than-stellar score—not because the movie deserves it, but because it’s so earnest that it breaks my heart a little to criticize it… Continue reading.
On Episode 128 of Drink in the Movies Taylor is joined by Anna Harrison to discuss First Impressions of: "Don't Worry Darling" & "Thor: Love and Thunder." Followed by a discussion of the new releases: "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison Sometimes, a film comes along that, while not being offensively bad, is irksome enough to make watching a chore. “Miles From Nowhere” is one such film… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison In many ways, the Turkish film “Breakwater” resembles the ocean on which much of it takes place: sometimes calm, sometimes violent, always beautiful as it follows the cousins Aslan (Alihan Kaya) and Yilmaz (Baris Yilmaz Gunduz)… Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison How many times can you make the same complaint before it becomes stale? What I really mean to say is: how many times can Disney+ make the exact same mistakes with its shows before you run … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison It was not too long ago that “Loki” offered us a glimpse into the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s multiverse, and not too long after that when “Spider-Man: No Way Home” blew the door wide open, leading us … Continue reading.
On Episode 126 of Drink in the Movies Taylor is joined by Anna Harrison to discuss First Impressions of: "The Northman" & "Elvis." Followed by a discussion of the new releases: "Kimi," "Death on the Nile," and "Dog."… Continue reading.
Interview by Anna Harrison Manahar Kumar is a Student Emmy Award-winning actor, director, and producer who starred in and produced the short film “Distant,” following Indian immigrant...… Continue reading.