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Elisa Teneggi

Elisa Teneggi, Social Media Manager at Loud and Clear Reviews. Born a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Food addicted, self-proclaimed Chocolate Eater in Chief, and penguin lover. Part-time worker @ Double R Diner in Twin Peaks who comes from New Orleans but (sometimes) speaks with an Italian accent. I love to watch films I can’t understand, but I adore Stanley Kubrick more. If you see me at the movies, don’t sit next to me. P.S. I hate describing myself.

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I’ve Got Issues: Dark Comedy Heart with a Gentler Soul (Review)

Steve Collin’s I’ve Got Issues provides a much-to-be-cherished mix of deadpan irony and disenchantment as it puts forward a tentative solution to human troubles.

Genus Pan (Lahi, Hayop): Looking Back to Find Ourselves (Review)

Genus Pan (Lahi, Hayop) follows the lives of three Filipino mine workers and exposes the contradictions of the country as it muses on the notion of “humanity”.

Hidden Away (Volevo Nascondermi): 2020 Film Review

Hidden Away (Volevo nascondermi) is an elegiac, endearing biopic that brings it home while getting us acquainted with a fascinating figure in the history of art.

Pulp Up Your Day with 3 Deliciously Easy Smoothie Recipes

Pulp Fiction’s milkshake is possibly one of the most iconic objects in the history of cinema. Here are some tips & tricks to shine like Mia Wallace throughout your day.

The Good Place: 5 Iconic Things We’ll Never Forget

The Good Place has come to an end, bringing home 6 Emmy nominations for its fourth and last season. Here are 5 iconic things from the show.

Circus of Books: An Endearing Family Saga and a Feat of Cultural Nostalgia (Review)

Netflix’s documentary Circus of Books explores the hidden life of director Rachel Mason’s family members while celebrating a lost treasure of gay counterculture.

Raise Your Glass: Funky Drink Tips to Pump Up Your Film Night

Looking for the perfect drink for your film night? Here are some all-timers and our very own recipe to cheer with your loved ones. Of course, unless you prefer a glass of wine.

Family Romance LLC: A Tantalizing yet Flawed Exploration of the Everyday

Werner Herzog’s docu-like drama Family Romance, LLC exposes our society’s emotional shortcomings as it follows…

Guilt-free Pancakes & How to Live Happily (Ever After Breakfast)

Diversity month is almost over. So, to bring this crazily event-packed June to a glorious…

Calm With Horses (Review): Sentimental Education, Irish-Style

Nick Rowland’s debut Calm With Horses merges crime and family drama to style a sympathetic…