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Indie Spotlight

Written By Roesha Godbolt Hello again! Welcome to the 3rd edition of Indie Spotlight! With this edition we are...

10 Movies You Need to Watch from the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

Written by Sophia Cowley The Sundance Film Festival is the place you need to look for the best and...

A Vigilante

Written By Ashley Mattews Domestic abuse is the mere symbol of ineptitude. Violence, broughtinto the world in this manner,...

It: Chapter 2 Trailer Review

It: Chapter 2 is finally here, what can we expect from it?

Wind River, A Review

Wind River is a tale of loss, identity, and the ever-pounding pains of injustice betrothed on an Indian reservation in the heart of the snowy Wyoming mountains. Read further on this 2017 drama/mystery on our blog.

This Girl is on Fire (Literally)

Does seeing make you love? Or does loving make you see? Is seeing someone honestly and loving someone the same thing? These are the...

Fun Performances Save Plodding Film

With quarantine winding down, we thought we would share some of the best films that we have seen from the comfort of our couches....

Lights, Camera, Action, Edit!: The Value of Good Editing in Film

What makes a great movie? Is it the writing, cinematography, music, or perhaps, the editing? Editing is a huge component of great film making...

Re-Animator: A Unique Film From a Forgotten Era

Director Stuart Gordon, known for his work in experimental theater and horror films, passed away earlier this year. When he passed, I decided to...

The KFC Detective: A Review of Rian Johnson’s Knives Out

As a reader who’s unfamiliar with most of Agatha Christie’s novels, I didn’t come into Rian Johnson’s Knives Out with any expectations. I admired Johnson’s previous...

Energy Somewhere Else: A Review of ‘The Way Back’

Going into dir. Gavin O’ Connor’s The Way Back, I was expecting a typical sports movie with the addition of character drama focusing on a man’s...
The Invisible Man Movie Review

Always in Control: A Review of ‘The Invisible Man’

Horror movies always have a moment where someone looks around a space or is startled by a sound in the basement. The lighting in...
Call of the Wild Movie Review

Beaten but Not Broken: A Review of ‘Call of the Wild’

Call of the Wild is a fine film that fits into more of the era when Disney was making films such as 2005’s The...

A Review of Greta Gerwig’s Little Women

If by any chance, you’ve never read the classic tale written by Louisa May Alcott from the 1800’s, or seen any of its prior...
Killing Jokes and Taking Names: A Review of Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

Killing Jokes and Taking Names: A Review of Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous...

Birds of Prey is a wonderful yet shockingly violent comic book film from the world of D.C. The film shows what happened after the...