A ridiculous comedy/horror about a murderous Christmas Tree that’s (almost) so bad its good.
A unique comedic fantasy from genius director Peter Strickland, with fun performances from Gwendoline Christie and Fatma Mohamed.
Two wacky horror-comedies starring the enormously talented Natasha Lyonne.
A double feature review of documentary Taqwacore: The Birth of Punk Islam (2009) and the adaptation of the novel that inspired the genre in the first place.
A darkly comedic satire that suffers from a drawn-out story but benefits from a juicy performance from Kirsten Dunst.
A light but fun and charming dramedy that proves a great showcase for the talented Lily Rabe.
Two horror comedies I’d been meaning to check out for a while, perfect for Halloween viewing!
Michaela Coel has crafted a witty, intelligent, and engaging series centered around the hot-button issue of consent.
The feature debut of Lantana’s Ray Lawrence. Bliss is a darkly comic satire that delights with startling imagery.
A brilliantly made, entertaining, and surprisingly funny horror/satire from the great Peter Strickland.