Netflix Review – ‘The Claus Family’

Director Matthias Temmermans and co-writers Ruben Vandenborre and Elke de Gezelle have some previous experience satisfying children and their parents, building worlds around brands such as K3, Mega Mindy and House Anubis, which mean big business in the BeNeLux (Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxemburg). Creating a Christmas movie based around Santa’s own family sounds right up …

Netflix Review – ‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (2020): (L to R) Chadwick Boseman as Levee, Colman Domingo as Cutler, Viola Davis as Ma Rainey, Michael Potts as Slow Drag, and Glynn Turman as Toldeo. Cr. David Lee / Netflix After a mixed bag of Netflix Originals to get them to join in on the conversation (ahum ‘Hillbilly Elegy’), …

Netflix Review – ‘Mank’

MANK (2020) NETFLIX It’s been six long years since we’ve been graced by a David Fincher movie. After Gone Girl he produced and directed some episodes of the dark serial killer drama Mindhunter for Netflix. It’s only fitting his new cinematic work is brought to us through the same streaming service that has been so …

Netflix Review – ‘The Prom’

THE PROM (L to R) NICO GREETHAM as NICK, LOGAN RILEY HASSEL as KAYLEE, ARIANA DEBOSE as ALYSSA GREENE, ANDREW RANNELLS as TRENT OLIVER, JO ELLEN PELLMAN as EMMA, SOFIA DELER as SHELBY, NATHANIEL POTVIN as KEVIN, TRACEY ULLMAN as VERA, JAMES CORDEN as BARRY GLICKMAN in THE PROM. Cr. MELINDA SUE GORDON/NETFLIX © 2020 …

Review – ‘Minor Premise’

Science fiction isn’t everyone’s favourite genre. Eric Schultz’s debut feature, ‘Minor Premise’, is one of those genre films, that doesn’t know how to be entertaining. What if we could alter our memory to create a more ideal self? A rather unethical idea, that neuroscientist Ethan (Sathya Sridharan) has been exploring after the death of his …

Review – ‘BULA’

Not knowing what ‘BULA’ was about, I went in with the lowest of expectations. First feature films can be very hit-or-miss, yet Boris Baum knew exactly how to pull me in and keep me entertained. His directorial effort is nothing short of awe-inspiring, delivering a film that is so extradimensional, yet stays grounded in reality, …

Review – ‘Slag Wars: The Next Destroyer’ Season 1

You know what they are? Fucking Cock Destroyers, babes. If you don’t know who they are, you must have been living under a rock for the last two years or be too straight for your own good. Rebecca More & Sophie Anderson are here to despunk the world, and together with MEN.com, the internet’s most …

Review – ‘Happiest Season’

John (Daniel Levy) and Abby (Kristen Stewart), shown. (Photo by: Jojo Whilden/Hulu) Holiday season is coming in fast, and with families stuck inside their own little bubble, what better time to watch a new breed of Christmas flick? Yes, ‘Happiest Season’ borrows some familiar genre tropes, and glams it up with a pinch of glitter …

Review – ‘Girl’

Chad Faust, mostly known for his acting career, has made the big step to directing. For his first feature film, ‘Girl’ he was able to attract none other than Academy Award nominee, Mickey Rourke and actor Bella Thorne. A revenge thriller with a bad ass female lead? Yes, please. In ‘Girl’, A young woman (Bella …

Review – ‘The Nest’

Jude Law as “Rory” and Carrie Coon as “Allison” in Sean Durkin’s THE NEST. Courtesy of IFC Films. An IFC Films Release. Sean Durkin’s sophomore film, ‘The Nest’ is an outstanding drama that often feels like it wants to dip its toes so desperately into thriller territory. Nine years ago, his first film ‘Martha Marcy …