Movie Reviews

Cult Classics: Revisiting the Wonderfully Strange Other-verse of ‘Coraline’

In 2009, LAIKA Studio released its first stop-motion feature, Coraline, written-directed by the incredibly imaginative…

Review: ‘Catherine Called Birdy’ Finds Joy within Systems of Oppression

Lena Dunham’s Catherine Called Birdy is a feel-good coming-of-age film based in medieval England. Dunham…

Review: ‘My Best Friend’s Exorcism’ is the Right Amount of Horror and Comedy

If you’re a fan of all things 1980s, you’re in for a thrill. So grab…

Modern Horror Classics: 10 Years Later and ‘Sinister’ Is Still One of the Scariest Films in Horror

It’s getting harder to impress horror audiences, especially with the rise of highbrow horror. But,…

The Various Phobias and Isms of ‘Scary Movie’

I was obsessed with seeing Scary Movie when I was a child. I had seen…

Review: Horror Master Mike Flanagan Brings the Thrilling Stories of Christopher Pike to Life in ‘The Midnight Club’

Happy Mike Flanagan season! Yes, it’s that magical time of year when we get another…

Fantastic Fest 2022 Review: ‘The Menu’ is a Sinister and Oddly Satisfying Take on Fine Dining

“A young couple travels to a remote island to eat at an exclusive restaurant where…

Fantastic Fest 2022 Review: ‘The Visitor from the Future’ is a Wacky New Comedy You Must Watch

Talk about a whirlwind through time! The Visitor from the Future is officially the heartwarming…

Fantastic Fest 2022 Review: ‘Piggy’ is a Brutal, Blood-Soaked Coming-of-Age Slasher on the Horrors of Being a Teenager

Spanish writer-director Carlota Pereda’s feature film debut is an extension of her 2018 award-winning short…

Review: Ana de Armas Shines in the Fever Dream That Is Andrew Dominik’s ‘Blonde’

Writer-director Andrew Dominik’s (The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford) immersive and…