Book Club: The Next Chapter – Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (REVIEW)
While the film borders on cheesy at times, it’s silly and highlights the importance of healthy female friendships.
What ‘Star Wars’ Means To Me – An Ode to Space
Heartbroken by the chaos of love found and lost, I ventured to the movie theater alone for the very first time to see what the new Star Wars would teach me.
Boygenius’ ‘The Film’ is An Intimate Look At Queer Friendship
It might be counter-intuitive that music known for distinct melancholy could have such a euphoric effect on its queer listeners; but, once again, boygenius manages to find light in all the cracks of the darkest feelings.
‘Puss in Boots: The Last Wish’- A Tale of Earthly Truths & Mortality
To be comfortable in our mortality grants us the power to explore the deepest, most meaningful worlds of our evanescent lives.
The Creators of ‘Wilder Than Her’ on Bringing the Female Gaze to Psychological Horror (INTERVIEW)
Jessica Kozak and Shannon Reilly on “Wilder Than Her,” the growing genre of female-driven horror, and how they turned the set into a summer camp for the cast and crew.
This ‘Renfield’ Is a Bit Too Normal (REVIEW)
It’s a shame that Renfield makes the conventional choice at every opportunity.
The Emotional Surplus of ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’
The emotional effects of ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ accumulate throughout the film until the result surpasses everything we’ve come to expect from a movie experience.
‘Class of ’07’ Proves Why Apocalypse Comedy Rules (REVIEW)
The new Amazon Prime series Class of ’07, a wickedly funny and emotional look at relationships, confronting past trauma, and figuring out who you are now while living in the same place you did as a teenager.
“You Should Feel“: An Interview With the Oscar-Nominated Cinematographers of ‘All That Breathes’
The documentary “All That Breathes,” set in New Delhi, tells the story of two brothers, Nadeem and Saud, who attempt to save the black kite (Milvus migrans) with their makeshift hospital’s limited resources.
‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’ Is A Dumb Fun Ride (REVIEW)
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves balances the stupid of its source material (especially formulating a plan that won’t work and being forced to improvise) with the storytelling aspect that every player loves.