Out of this World uses unconventional means to tell a frustratingly conventional story, offering something new with its filmmaking but not the content within.
It’s time to look over all of the diverse, original films of writer/director Rian Johnson, including Glass Onion, ranked from worst to best!
The Midnight Club’s few prominent merits are buried by poor management of time between its forgettable anthology tales and childishly “scary” overarching plot.
If you’re scared of horror films because they may be too extreme or grotesque for you, here are 10 more restrained, less extreme ones that may suit you better!
With the 2022 Nashville Film Festival nearing its end, let’s take a quick look at a few of the films on offer, like I Can Feel You Walking, Sonne, and more.
I Can Feel You Walking is making its rounds at the Nashville Film Festival, and we met with director and star Rachel Lambert for an interview on the film.
The Cow Who Sang a Song into the Future is an effectively soft plea for human decency and healing, even if the pacing and focus sag along the way.
Many decisions made in Alta Valley are either underwhelming or frustrating, but the performances and story just barely make it an enjoyable enough mixed bag.
Viking premiered at TIFF, and we interviewed director and co-writer Stéphane Lafleur to ask about the film, its meaning, and his process in making it.
Thunder premiered at TIFF, and we sat down for an interview with writer-director Carmen Jaquier and star Lilith Grasmug about the film and their experiences.