An excellent, Donnie Darko-esque queer horror/drama about a young man’s harrowing descent into mental illness.
A unique comedic fantasy from genius director Peter Strickland, with fun performances from Gwendoline Christie and Fatma Mohamed.
A double feature review of 2 Alex Ross Perry films with starry ensemble casts.
Tales from the Loop is a gorgeous, thoughtful sci-fi show show that can be both slow going and incredibly moving-
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.
Two dramas about repressed homosexuality in vastly different settings, 1980s Brookyln and present day rural Brazil.
A double feature review of 2 films set in Ukraine, the WW2 drama In Darkness (2011) and the speculative fiction piece Atlantis (2019).
A gripping and rewarding mini-series that showcases a great Benedict Cumberbatch performance.
A sensitive and affecting animated documentary about the refugee experience that may help to restore your faith in humanity.
A darkly comedic satire that suffers from a drawn-out story but benefits from a juicy performance from Kirsten Dunst.