Sweet Virginia

Sweet Virginia

An after-hours card game in a sleepy Alaskan bar. The light, tinged a grey-yellow, alludes to film noir. A mysterious, taciturn stranger asks for some food and water. All of a sudden, the place becom...
The Greatest Showman

The Greatest Showman

Let me preface this review by declaring one simple fact: I love musicals. I love the lavish costumes; the choreography; the songs that stay in your head for weeks on end. The bigger, the better. Ther...
The Post

The Post

An American president convinced the media has an agenda against him and his decisions; damning White House documents covered up; journalists threatened for printing the truth. You would think, in our...
Surburbicon

Suburbicon

There is something really disheartening about a film that barely resembles the trailer that was sent to market to grab your attention. But, in the case of George Clooney’s latest directorial effort, ...
The Beguiled

The Beguiled

When you think of the American Civil War, chances are you think of grandiose white porches, women in bustling skirts and more than a hint of melodrama. Sofia Coppola’s remake of The Beguiled has all ...

Rough Night

There was a lot of buzz surrounding Rough Night. The script was subject to an intense bidding war due to director and writer Lucia Aniello’s success with TV series Broad City. With A list talent such...

Leatherface

A horror legend returns to DVD in 2018 as directors Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo explore the origin story of Leatherface in… well, Leatherface. Written by Seth M. Sherwood, the film serves as ...

47 Meters Down

Full disclosure: I’m afraid of the ocean. Quite a lot. Not sharks necessarily (giant squids-imagine one of THOSE coming at you) but more the ocean as a concept. A vast, unknowable emptiness that feel...

Good Time

Good Time has one of the most concise titles of recent times; it does exactly what it says on the tin. Starring Robert Pattinson (Twilight) and directed by the Safdie brothers, Good Time tells the st...