Written by Anna Harrison "Rest stop bathrooms are, historically, very frightening, very gross places, and no more so than in “Glorious,” Rebekah McKendry’s second feature..."… Continue reading.
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Episode 123: Chloé Zhao: Eternals / Songs My Brothers Taught Me
“I often feel like an outsider wherever I go, so I'm always attracted to stories about identity and the meaning of home.”Chloé Zhao, Director of Eternals and Songs My Brothers Taught Me Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Deezer | … Continue reading.
MCU Retrospective: Spider-Man: Far From Home
Written by Anna Harrison In these retrospectives, Anna will be looking back on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, providing context around the films, criticizing them, pointing out their groundwork for the future, and telling everyone her favorite scene, because her opinion … Continue reading.
Being the Ricardos
Written by Taylor Baker 70/100 Being the Ricardos marks renowned screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s third feature film as director and in this writer’s opinion his most complete film to date. With his debut Molly’s Game he showcased his ability to competently … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao 38/100 Ghostbusters: Afterlife seems to be a particularly apt title for the franchise. For something to have an afterlife, it suggests that it must be dead and there is an attempt at a resurrection. This new … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 70/100 You would be forgiven for assuming that Jennifer’s Body, written by Juno’s Diablo Cody and directed by Karyn Kusama, is just your average slasher movie populated by attractive women in progressively skimpier clothing; after all, … Continue reading.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League
Written by Alexander Reams 100/100 I’ve always been a fan of DC, their comics, TV shows, and film. Yes, even the highly controversial DCEU. Three, almost four years ago when Justice League was released most, including myself, were let down … Continue reading.