While the idea of an interactive film is definitely interesting, is Black Mirror: Bandersnatch as groundbreaking as some believe or is it just a novelty?
Jeffrey Nachmanoff’s new film, Replicas, boasts a promising concept that’s bogged down by an all-around horrible film.
Alex Magaña’s debut feature, 29 to Life, has charm and a relatable message at its core when not being hindered by its lead character and unfunny moments.
Susanne Bier’s newest film, Bird Box, quickly blew up the internet upon its release but is it really worthy of all of they hype it has generated?
With 2018 in the books, let’s take a look back at our personal favorites from this year!
Aquaman is a dumb movie with a horrible script but serves as a step in the right direction for DC as a fun and colorful adventure flick.
Mariam Khatchvani’s debut feature, Dede, lacks in story but provides a harsh, uncomfortable look into the life of a woman living in the Caucasus Mountains of Georgia.
Sony instills a lot of fun and avoids making any major mistakes with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, their new animated adventure with the webslinger, despite a densely bloated plot.
Curt Wiser’s debut feature, Cam-Girl, is a mixed bag as it’s well shot and acted but suffers from audio issues and a story that drags.
In a sea of countless films based on the character, Otto Bathurst’s 2018 version of Robin Hood is as average as a film can possibly be.