Baby Ruby – Film Review

The successful blogger and happily pregnant Jo (Noémie Merlant) is awaiting the arrival of her first child. But soon after Jo welcomes baby Ruby home, something just doesn’t feel right. Everyone around her keeps telling her this is normal, but as things start to get weirder while night and day overlap, Jo starts to question …

Happy FKN Sunshine – Film Review

Small town Canadian life is boring, but when the town mill goes on strike to fight the man, and everyone is out of work, things get tense. Quiet Will (Matt Close) fixes to put a band together to fill the void of his lonely days, with his sister Ronnie (Mattea Brotherton) acting as manager. Lead …

Unicorn Boy – Film Review | Slamdance 2023

“You can’t expect all good with no gross.” Life in Los Angeles for artist Matt Kiel has been pretty bad lately. After the end of a relationship has left them in a rather down state and a less than calculated attempt at reconciliation went unmentioned, Matt is feeling lost and aimless. Coffee with their friend …

Slow – Film Review | Sundance 2023

Marija Kavtaradze’s second feature film, tells the story of two people falling in love in their own way. When dancer Elena (Greta Grinevičiūtė) meets sign language interpreter Dovydas (Kęstutis Cicėnas), these two very different individuals instantly connect in an unspoken manner. The invisible sparks tighten the air between them, inevitably pulling these two opposites towards …

M3GAN – Film Review

Blumhouse and James Wan team up again to introduce a killer robot, ready to defend the human she’s paired to. After a toy company’s biggest success (some knock off Furby you can control with a tablet) gets remade by rival companies, Gemma, a robotics engineer, introduces a project that’ll change the industry. At first, the …

Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance With Somebody – Film Review

Ten years after the tragic passing of vocal legend Whitney Houston, Sony Pictures and the writer behind the Academy Award-winning Bohemian Rhapsody, fittingly release a biopic covering the highs and lows of the most celebrated Black artist in music history. Kasi Lemmons (Eve’s Bayou) directs a by the numbers biopic that surprisingly isn’t afraid to …

The Power of the Doctor – Review

What an ending for this era of Doctor Who! Chris Chibnall and Jodie Whittaker delighted in a non-stop action thrill ride for almost the entire 90-minute special. It made me laugh, cry, and everything in between while keeping me on the edge of my seat the whole time. Where was this writing for series 11 …

Zillion – Movie Review

The story of Frank Verstraeten’s dream started 25 years ago. It’s 1997, and though he’s a computer wiz all day every day, he starts to get fascinated with the nightlife. After he gets refused entrance at one of Belgium’s hottest clubs, he sets himself a goal: create his very own one-of-a-kind club that’ll destroy all …

Everything in Between – Film Review

Depressed 18-year-old student Jay (Jordan Dulieu) has had enough of life. When the attempt at taking his own life gets stopped abruptly by a bystander, his socialite parents become suspicious of his every move, completely out of touch with their son’s inner thought process. Inveterate 28-year-old world traveller Liz (Freyja Benjamin) cannot get enough of it. Liz lands …

Black Adam – Film Review

The DC cinematic universe has been struggling, quality wise, for quite some time now. When new CEO for Warner Bros. Discovery recently made headlines for scrapping the entirely filmed Batgirl, he also announced he was going to focus on quality before quantity when it comes to DC. Then explain to me what Black Adam was, …