Movie Reviews

I'm Your Woman

Rachel Brosnahan Plays a Role We’ve Not Seen From Her Before in ‘I’m Your Woman’

When I think of those crime films of the 1970s, I think of gangsters and…

Billie

‘Billie’: The Life and Tragic Death of Billie Holiday

Billie (2019), directed by James Erskine, is a culmination of many different individuals’ dreams of…

Chick Fight

‘Chick Fight’ Loses the Fight Against Stereotypes

Written By: Madelyn Gee Chick Fight tries to prove that it is far from the…

Always and Forever

Lauren London is Back with a Searing Plot Twist in ‘Always and Forever’

Written by Alisha Netis Finally the strong Black-lead thriller we needed, with a noteworthy plot…

Over The Moon

Cherishing Our Love for ‘Over the Moon’ Forever

Despite the difficult circumstances of this year, it is a comfort to have films like…

Blindfire

Why ‘Blindfire’ Is the Movie We Needed 10 Years Ago

Blindfire is not your typical cop action movie. It’s not meant to give you those…

On Its 40th Birthday, ‘Friday the 13th’ Warns of the Dangers of Unresolved Trauma

In the movie that started the slasher horror craze of the 1980s, Friday the 13th…

Ammonite

‘Ammonite’ is an Ode to the Era of Romanticism

I love a good British period piece, and Ammonite does not disappoint. The film is…

Kindred

‘Kindred’ is Every Mother’s Nightmare

Kindred (2020) is a manifestation of fear that knows no bounds. What makes this film…

His House

‘His House’ Is a New Vision for the Horror Genre

His House is one of those horror films that will stick with you. It gets…