Movie Reviews

Fantastic Fest 2022 Review: Explore the Parisian Catacombs in Grégory Beghin’s Claustrophobic Subterranean Horror ‘Deep Fear’

Belgian director Grégory Beghin (Losers Revolution) makes his first foray into horror with a tale…

Review: ‘Emily the Criminal’ is a Classic Story with Social Problems

For Hispanic Heritage Month what better way to celebrate the diversity and richness that our…

Fantastic Fest 2022 Review: Shinzô Katayama’s ‘Missing’ Is a Gripping Thriller That Keeps You Guessing

Japanese writer-director Shinzô Katayama (Siblings of the Cape) makes his commercial film debut with a…

Review: Netflix’s ‘Lou’ Is a Female-Driven Action-Thriller That Packs a Serious Punch

Netflix’s latest action-thriller isn’t just another revenge film. Cinematographer and director Anna Foerster (Westworld) makes…

Review: ‘The Silent Twins’ Channels the True Story of June and Jennifer Gibbons

Fans of psychological thrillers will enjoy The Silent Twins, a film adaptation of the real-life…

TIFF 2022 Review: ‘Chevalier’ Brings Life to a Forgotten Story

I asked Stefani Robinson about Chevalier during an interview for her work on Atlanta. She…

TIFF 2022 Review: ‘Devotion,’ a Story of Loyalty Between Wingmen

In the same year that Top Gun: Maverick grossed over a billion dollars worldwide and…

TIFF 2022 Review: ‘Biosphere’ Finds a Way

The latest feature from The Duplass Brothers Production co, Biosphere was a surprise TIFF entry.…

TIFF 2022 Review: ‘SHIMONI (The Pit)’ Surviving Freedom Can Be the Most Difficult Challenge

Shimoni (The Pit) is a gripping tale of when a community fails, impressively written and…

TIFF 2022 Review: ‘The Blackening’ Doesn’t Re-nig

In MRC’s The Blackening, a group of young adults venture into the woods for a…