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Till Film Review: Deadwyler Delivers

Chinonye Chukwu’s third feature, Till, is an angry and inspirational story surrounding racism in America, a film as much about the 1950s as it is the present day.

The Stranger (2022) Netflix Film Review

a character looks out of the window in the film The Stranger

Coming soon to Netflix, Thomas M. Wright’s film The Stranger is both a distressing true crime drama inspired by actual events and a gripping, irresistible character study.

Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power: Film Review

Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power won’t be revolutionary to those acquainted with Laura Mulvey’s work on the male gaze, but it’s a good introduction on the subject.

My Policeman: Film Review

Great performances elevate My Policeman, a wholly absorbing film about love, loss and prejudice, revolving around three people who unwittingly destroy one another.

Rosaline: Hulu Film Review

As a Shakespearean retelling, Karen Maine’s Rosaline is fun, charming and not afraid to call out its star-crossed lovers for being a tad melodramatic.

Halloween Ends: Film Review

Halloween Ends is a Halloween movie that doesn’t seem to want to be a Halloween movie, and suffers all the more for it.