Film

Manifesto

Manifesto is a one woman show that is a visually delicious and epic sight for the audience to consume. Its dystopian and unfamiliar settings, often viewed in slow shots from high above, give the audience time to observe and absorb without becoming a...

Cult Column: In A Lonely Place (1950)

Nicholas Ray’s superb film-noir In A Lonely Place features Humphrey Bogart as Dixon Steele, a weary but furious screenwriter who hasn’t penned a hit in a quite a while. He’s offered an assignment: to adapt a poor, pulpy novel into a...

Justice League

Justice League begins in the wake of Superman’s death in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016), and the world is in all manner of despair. Worse than that, just as Lex Luthor hinted, a powerful threat is gathering on Earth. Steppenwolf...

Ingrid Goes West

“If you don’t have anyone to share anything with, then what’s the point of living?” – this is the sentiment that permeates the very core of Ingrid Goes West. Matt Spicer’s messy but fun-to-watch debut feature film charts the life of...

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 more like a melodrama for the stage. The complexity...

Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond

The new Netflix production Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond – Featuring a Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention of Tony Clifton explores the behind-the-scenes footage of Jim Carrey as the late, off-beat comedian Andy Kaufman on the set...

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