Simplistic, dull, and tonally confused, UNHINGED has little to offer even for those who've missed going to the cinemas. Better to just stay home.
Posts published in July 2020
The new (ab)normal is before us, and Night Visions emerges from COVID19 isolation with a brand new lineup. Here are ten films you shouldn't miss this year.
Polishing up the graphics on a dated game only reveals the terrible level design and hateful humor underneath. Nuke it from orbit, it's for the best.
We played the beta for FALL GUYS, the anticipated new party game out this August, and came away with a severe longing to be with friends.
Eliška Cílková's ethereal, haunting documentary is a stunning portrait of lives left unfinished and a wound on the planet that cannot heal.
Reminiscent of a young Steven Spielberg, Andrew Patterson has crafted a spellbinding love letter to radio and the wonder of the unknown.
Smartly directed from a meager budget, this melancholy ghost story is at its most effective when it doesn't try to be scary.
At twelve half hour episodes, the short film anthology well overstays its welcome, but finds brilliance in the occasional story thanks to a winning cast.
The quality of the stories fluctuate wildly, but when AT HOME hits, it knocks it out of the ballpark.