While clumsy and too broad for its own good, SPACE FORCE is still a funny and sharp satire about something so ludicrous it shouldn't even exist.
Posts published in May 2020
More PIRANHA 3D than JAWS, MANEATER sits squarely in the middle as a perfectly serviceable treat for gorehounds, even if it's a meager offering.
We spoke with Sam Barham, Chief Monkey at Balancing Monkey Games, about the development of BEFORE WE LEAVE, Space Whales, and what caused the Peeps to have such unique personalities.
Captivating and beautiful, BEFORE WE LEAVE is a thoughtful exploration of our desire to see what's beyond the horizon.
Snowpiercer aimlessly darts from one genre to the next and misses every mark that made the film special.
We attended an online Q&A with Crystal Moselle to talk about skating, growing up, and her new series, BETTY.
Touching and profound, PATERSON is one of the best films Jim Jarmusch has made in his long and varied career.
Delightfully written and brilliantly acted, THE GREAT suffers from an inconsistent tone that can't decide what it actually wants to satirize.
Spellbinding and horrific, Tomasz Wolski's found footage documentary is an important document of our past — and a warning for our future.
Packed with dozens of hours of content, ROAD TO BORUTO is the definitive and most fun version of the Shippuden series.