Roland Emmerich has never exactly been a director that anyone could call subtle.
2021 has been another rough year. Covid-19 continues to remain and has had a massive impact on our day-to-day lives.
Jane Schoenbrun’s feature debut, We’re All Going to the World’s Fair, has been travelling the globe on the festival circuit for the last few months now.
It’s not very often that you have a film that sneaks up and catches you by complete surprise but Dinner in America, does exactly that.
Inspired by director and co-writer Ben Charles Edwards’ childhood, Father of Flies almost didn’t make it to completion.
Filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp appeared as an interviewee in Julie Kauffman and Paul Hunt’s documentary on grass roots horror The Brilliant Terror
Canadian filmmaker Rob Jabbaz spent 2020 in Taiwan creating his first feature film, The Sadness. The project, clearly inspired by the events of the world, was written in spring, shot in summer, and edited together in autumn, and is now touring the film festival circuit. Set in Taiwan during a pandemic, The Sadness sees the fictional Alvin virusContinue reading “‘The Sadness’ Review: Dir. Rob Jabbaz [Best of the Fests]”
When watching Barbarians, you wouldn’t instantly believe that this is a first-time feature,
Nic Cage is an actor that has had one heck of a career.
Operating within the realm of horror adjacent, Promising Young Woman taps into the rape-revenge story and follows Mulligan’s former medical student, Cassandra, as she avenges a vicious sexual assault on her best friend.