A serious departure from the other recent band biopic, Mötley Crüe’s The Dirt is an entertainingly raucous romp chocked full of sex, drugs, and rock and roll.
Jordan Peele’s second feature, Us, is a well made horror film with great acting but is also less focused and more nonsensical than its predecessor, Get Out.
Steve Blackwood’s new short comedy, Meet the Author, provides some genuine laughs and heartfelt insight into an author’s passion for his craft.
Justin McConnell’s new film, Lifechanger, is a unique body horror romance that keeps viewers asking questions throughout even though some may not be answered.
Captain Marvel, the twenty-first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is one of the most generic, yet unbelievably smug, films ever made. Period.
Neil Jordan’s new film, Greta, tries to be a quality suspenseful thriller but is schizophrenic in tone and has a complete lack of subtlety on all fronts.
Fighting With My Family, the new biopic on WWE’s Paige and her wrestling family, is an entertaining and well made film that falters only slightly with some inaccuracies and usual revisionist history from WWE.