Season 3 of the popular Netflix show, Ozark, ups the ante as the Byrde family faces new challenges in their attempts to launder money for the cartel.
Vincent Soberano’s new martial arts flick, Blood Hunters: Rise of the Hybrids, is bold in scope but bites off a little more than it can chew.
Eliza Hittman’s new film, Never Rarely Sometimes Never, takes a bold stance on on an unintended pregnancy setting itself apart from its contemporaries.
Altered Carbon: Resleeved, Netflix’s anime companion to their popular television show, is a much more effective attempt at character and world building than its live action counterpart.
Vahagn Karapetyan’s new short horror series, Wicca Book, is an effective tale comprised of three short stories revolving around the same cursed book
Onward is another rock solid film from Disney and Pixar with its fun animation, fantastical story, and touching familial message.
Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s feature length directorial debut, The Platform, features a relevant analysis on modern day class structure along with some legitimate thrills and gore.
Alex Magaña’s newest film, What Love Looks Like, is an anthology that maintains the writer/director’s playful tone but lacks an overall story and falls a little flat.
Color Out of Space, Richard Stanley’s first directorial feature in over 20 years, is a wild trip into the mind of H.P. Lovecraft with its striking visuals and satisfying cosmic body horror effects.
Ewurakua Dawson-Amoah’s short film, Just Scream, boasts a simple but relevant story with a powerful message and great performances.