DETROIT (Review): A Horrifying True Story that will stay with you

Detroit is essential viewing, both in terms of its powerful, energetic filmmaking and the still relevant story it tells so powerfully.… Read More DETROIT (Review): A Horrifying True Story that will stay with you

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Handsome Devil (Quickfire Review): One of the Feel Good Films of the Year

Handsome Devil is aa feel good film that understands that you have to push the characters through emotional hell for the triumphant climax to successfully register.… Read More Handsome Devil (Quickfire Review): One of the Feel Good Films of the Year

Jackie (Review): Intoxicating and Quietly Horrific

In his English language debut, director Pablo Larrain has crafted what seems like the antidote to the standard biopic, invoking a sense of horrifying dread as we delve deeper into the tortured psyche of the world famous protagonist following one of the most infamously horrifying moments in American political history. … Read More Jackie (Review): Intoxicating and Quietly Horrific

Moonlight: An Easily Loveable film about learning to love yourself

Roger Ebert always argued that cinema was an empathy machine, designed to put us in the shoes of lives with which we would never otherwise be able to relate to. Moonlight is one of the best empathy machines imaginable, portraying a life of quiet suffering and misery that you must have a heart of stone to not be moved to tears by.… Read More Moonlight: An Easily Loveable film about learning to love yourself