Bride of the Barrier Master Volume 1 is surprisingly entertaining once you get past the drag of the first chapter. thanks to Hana’s focus toward her goal.
Rye Lane is a perfect rom-com with heaps of comedy as the pair travel through South London. Music, cast, and style work to form a hilarious quirky whole.
Shortcomings is a funny, witty that uses cliched rom-com moments to tell a larger story of growth while traversing relationships in search of connections.
Landscape With Invisible Hand navigates an alien overseer tale with societal conflicts with ease. Though it does not commit fully, the film makes an impact.
Murder in Big Horn looks at the neglect that spawns tragedy. The series brings awareness about the unaddressed epidemic ravaging a vulnerable community.
Fancy Dance is a tragic yet beautiful story that highlights the traditions of Indigenous community with the harm that comes from societal abandonment.
Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls is a horror comedy that lacks both. It is an interminably long film that has few memorable moments.
Talk to Me entertains with grotesque horror in a spirit-summoning game that leaves you counting the seconds in anticipation of when the horror escalates.
The Persian Version takes a heavier topic of identity and generational conflict and imbues it with the magic of culture, comedy, and music. A joy to watch.
The Disappearance of Shere Hite uses interviews, news clips and Dakota Johnson’s narration, to shine light on an intentionally erased piece of women’s history.