Prey

In December 2019 the beginning framework for this film started happening under the guise that it was simply about a Comanche woman subverting gender norms to become a warrior. Director Dan Trachtenberg and co. wanted to keep it a surprise which would have been pretty amazing, but alas word got out and here we are with a… Read More Prey

Elvis

Baz Luhrmann has created a film that is not only about the myth but also the man. Luhrmann is maybe the most equipped director to take on Elvis the myth, his penchant for the glitter and the pizzazz certainly lend themselves to his hazy Vegas days. The biggest and best part of Elvis is its… Read More Elvis

MEN

When it was announced that Alex Garland would be writing and directing a new film, a horror film that would reunite him with A24, it became even more tantalizing. As the details slowly started to trickle out, it became apparent that Garland was definitely making something unique. What we get is definitely that, a wholly… Read More MEN

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Secrets of Dumbledor

The Fantastic Beasts films are flawed and mired in the same problems that befall prequels, especially prequels that come out years, or even decades after the originals, in that they showcase things that were never introduced in the first ones. There is so much magic being used in fun and inventive ways that never happened… Read More Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Secrets of Dumbledor

Turning Red

Pixar is no stranger to bringing a unique and special twist to the human condition. Whether it’s being shown with rats, cars, or fish, the stories are always bursting with creativity and heart. “Turning Red” is another welcome tradition of Pixar films that brings into focus a rich and complex way of life. Focusing on… Read More Turning Red