White Noise Review – The Depressing Monotony Of Uncommon Events

Noah Baumbach is nothing if not fascinated by conversations, and not merely in the sense of conveying information through language, but the hows, whys, and struggles of having conversations,...

Violent Night Giveaway

Violent Night seemed like the movie this year to suffer from unfortunate timing, and perhaps not the marketing push that I wish it had. Despite hearing about the film...

Avatar: The Way of Water Review – Cameron Improves On Boring Spectacle… A Bit

James Cameron is no stranger to blockbuster films, or to having his efforts make a serious impact on cultural consciousness, but even with all his name brings a sequel...

The Menu Review – As New(ish) Genre Coalesces A King Emerges

While it isn't truly a completely new breed of film, there is a genre developing in recent years that might be thought of (for simplicity's sake) as "Absurdist Metaphor."...

Three Thousand Years Of Longing Review – Miller Moves To Tell-Showing

George Miller's is a strange career as directors go, mostly because despite Mad Max coming out in 1979, he only has a dozen or so credits, and for every...