Review – Triumph

Mike (RJ Mitte, Breaking Bad), a teen with Cerebral Palsy, starts his senior year of high school with one goal in mind: join the wrestling team. Despite the objections of everyone in his life, Mike sets on his course to not only prove everyone that they are wrong, but also prove to himself that he …

Review – The Birthday Cake

On the 10th anniversary of his father’s death, Gio (Shiloh Fernandez – Evil Dead, Red Riding Hood) makes his way to a family reunion comprised of some of Brooklyn’s most notorious mafia bosses. On his way there, he is thrust into a desperate tug of war search between other mafia families that will test what …

Review – Percy Vs. Goliath

At the onset of the new millennium, Canadian farmer Percy Schmeiser (Christopher Walken) finds himself thrust into a seemingly unwinnable legal battle with the agricultural mega-corp, Monsanto. Based on the Monsanto Canada Inc v Schmeiser court case, Percy Vs. Goliath recounts the events Schmeiser and his family took to stand up for farmers across the …

German Film Festival 2021 Review – Berlin Bouncer

Taking place across the sprawling metropolitan, Berlin Bouncer follows the lives of three of Berlin’s most famous bouncers — Sven Marquardt, Frank Künster, and Smiley Baldwin. Director David Dietl tries to capture the history of what Berlin was, what it has become, and where it is expected to go. As an outsider, the idea of …

Review – A Quiet Place Part ll

There is no denying that the anticipation for A Quiet Place Part ll was incredibly high. The movie was slated to release in April 2020 but due to COVID, the release was inevitably put on hold (naturally). Is A Quiet Place Part ll (which I’ll refer to as AQP2 from now on) worth the trip …

Review – Betrayed

Set in Oslo during the events of World War ll, Betrayed follows the lives of the Jewish Braude family who must face the potential, and inevitable, realities of what a Nazi-occupied Norway will bring for their family. It’s important to note that this film is based on the true experiences of the Braude family, primarily …

Review – Prevenge

I’ve got to be honest, I wasn’t expecting much when I went to start this film. Something about the premise seemed too simple to me and I had basically set myself up to know how this story was going to be told before even starting. To my surprise, Prevenge managed to subvert my expectations to …

Review – In the Earth

Venturing into the woods to meet up with a remote colleague, scientist Martin Lowery (Joel Fry) and park ranger guide Alma (Ellora Torchia) find themselves thrust into the path of the seemingly hospitable woodsman, Zach (Reece Shearsmith).  Desperate to understand their situation and make it out of the woods with their lives, the duo endure …