An edge of the seat sci-fi indie thriller about hyper-realistic VR shot in stark black and white that adds to the film’s paranoia
In our latest classic film review, Marialena dissects Tati’s classic ‘Playtime’ and gives her thoughts on the good and the bad of it.
A wonderful comedy-drama and coming-of-age film that portrays a young man inspired by the Bruce Springsteen songbook to follow his dreams.
A small-scale neo-noir tale of life in small-town Iceland that is heartfelt yet dry-eyed.
Writer/director Esme von Hoffmann has crafted an entertaining tale of Ancient Rome’s famous poet Ovid that blends the past and present with generally successful results.
We tackle this complex Watergate-era political thriller in our latest classic film review.
An often reflective and quirky indie road film from writer/director Zach Gayne with excellent visual style
If Tarantino were to retire right this second this elegy to waning days Hollywood’s Golden Age would be a great picture to go out on.
Our latest classic film review from Marialena is of this visually stunning cult favorite supernatural neo-noir.
A rather lame “we’ve seen all this before” reunites Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler in a brainless mystery-comedy