Mudbound

Dee Rees’ Mudbound is radically engaged, heart-wrenching and emotional in every sense of the word, and spellbinding in its unending commitment to the visual presentations of tension. This film is...

Murder on the Orient Express

Like a gimmick on a comedy sketch show, Murder on The Orient Express brings together an all-star cast to collectively satirise a ridiculous film from the 1970s. The only difference is that this cast...

Call Me By Your Name

The summer of 1983, hidden in a stunning villa, somewhere in northern Italy with hidden pockets of secrecy to escape to; this is where director Luca Guadagnino lays the scene for his dazzling romance...

The Party

The soiree after which Sally Potter’s The Party is named becomes the unrighteous playing ground for attacks and acknowledgements, snarky comments and a wild stream of unpredictable drama. Often,...

The Glass Castle

The Glass Castle is both an unfeigned, affective story and a fizzled mess. The film’s structure feels chaotic and unfocused, yet long and drawling – perhaps this was the intention of...

Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot is everything a podcast should be. It has cheerful music, an upbeat cast of self-proclaimed ‘thots’, and best of all, it features literary discussions about sex, race and identity....

Home Again

In an era of wasted ideas, where everything in the world of romantic comedy seems tired and overdone, kudos goes to writer director Hallie Meyers-Shyer for the originality shining through in the plot...