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Bethany Lola

Jason Blum and Sharknado enthusiast. Lover of all things horror, especially if it stars Katharine Isabelle. Big on female led, written and directed films in any genre (emphasis on Sarah Polley and Gillian Robespierre). Probably found watching Another Round, Suspiria (1977) or Never Goin’ Back in my room.

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Genie (2023) Film Review: Christmas Magic

Melissa McCarthy and Paapa Essidu star in the magical Genie, the latest film from Richard Curtis, which captures the enchantment of family at Christmas.

The Films of Sofia Coppola, Ranked

With Sofia Coppola’s Priscilla on the horizon, we have ranked all of the delightful films that the director and writer has gifted us with over the years, from worst to best.

Late Night with the Devil: LFF Film Review

Late Night with the Devil recounts the events of Halloween 1977 when a talk show host aims to put on the most memorable and sinister TV event in history.

Eileen: LFF Film Review

Thomasin Mckenzie and Anne Hathaway are affable new friends in the twisted obsessive love story Eileen, based on Ottessa Moshfegh’s award winning novel.

The Hypnosis: LFF Film Review

Ernst De Geer’s debut feature The Hypnosis observes a differing couple as they attend a prestigious seminar to advance their revolutionary women’s health app.

The Dive (2023): Film Review

The Dive sees two sisters testing their relationship like never before as their girls trip takes a turn for the worst when one becomes trapped underwater.

The Passenger Review: A Delirious Road Trip

Carter Smith dives into the world of horror yet again with The Passenger, an intense road trip thriller starring Kyle Gallner and Johnny Berchtold.

6 Authentic Journeys Into Womanhood: A Definite Film List

We’re here to recommend 6 sensational films that showcase authentic journeys into womanhood that you have to add to your watchlist immediately.

Dalíland Review: The Zany Artist Biopic

Dalíland explores Salvador Dalí’s life in New York in 1974 as he hires a new assistant to guide him through his art and be at his side for every soiree.

Amanda Film Review: Complete Comfort

Amanda showcases what it’s truly like to be a mid-twenties woman in a life that’s often isolating, as our protagonist navigates her days in Italy.