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Queer stories in film, television, and books are far more common these days which is always cause for celebration and multiple viewings. But how frequently do we get sapphic stories in film that really capture the...
We are back to some Shudder Roulette! I watched the fairly well-received Suitable Flesh recently on the streaming service, and it wasn't quite for me, unfortunately. I found it to be very Malignant-adjacent, but it didn't have the same respectability quotient...

‘The Book of Clarence’ Stands Out With Its Comedic Mythological Vision

Religion, biblical stories, and ancient times are not always appealing to everyone, especially when it comes to film. Oftentimes, stories we grow up hearing...

‘The Color Purple’: A Refreshing Take On A Classic Film

When I heard the announcement that The Color Purple was getting a reboot, I was stunned. The 1985 film starring Whoopi Goldberg, Oprah Winfrey, and...

The Sacrifice Game Review

Sometimes it's harder to figure out when a movie actually released than it should be.  When I'm looking at a movie and trying to figure...

20 Years Later, Park Chan-wook’s Oldboy STILL Packs A Gut Punch!

20 years ago, Director Park Chan-wook unleashed a force of nature that was ahead of its' time. I missed out on seeing it back then. Neon has re-released...

‘Rye Lane’: Speaking Truth About Love and Life

Romantic comedies come in all shapes and sizes, but also in different colors, various styles, and complex senses of humor. Searchlight Picture’s latest film,...

‘Dungeons and Dragons’ Is The Hearty Adventure We Need!

Calling all adventurers, sorcerers, warriors, and even fans of fantasy! Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves broken into theaters for our enjoyment, even if...

“7 Days”: A Story About Finding Love In The Midst of a Worldwide Crisis

Hulu’s 7 Days stars Karan Soni and Geraldine Vishwanathan as Ravi and Rita, two millennials who are pushed by their parents to meet each...

“Klaus”: One of the Most Unique and Magical Experiences Fit For the Holiday Season

In 2019, Netflix released Klaus, a highly praised Christmas film from Sergio Pablos, and one that I’m so happy to have discovered recently. The...

Pinocchio: A Darkened Yet Child-like Twist On The Classic Tale

Netflix’s latest film from Guillermo Del Toro, Pinocchio is a fresh take on the classic tale known to many and follows the same familiar...

Spirited: Festive and Joyous, and Not Your Average Christmas Carol

The story of A Christmas Carol is widely known by many, and there is an abundance of adaptations of this classic tale. A dark...

DISENCHANTED: IS THE MAGIC STILL THERE AND DOES IT HOLD UP?

15 years ago, Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey stole our hearts with Disney’s modern fairy tale, Enchanted. After all, who could ever forget the...

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