Documentary, Film Reviews

REVIEW: Year of the Dog (2021)

Any dog owner can attest to the absolute purity of heart of their four-legged friends. To love and be loved by a dog is to know unwavering loyalty and profound companionship. Owning a dog is making a promise to care for and protect a creature…

Film Reviews, Romance

REVIEW: Dating & New York (2021)

Men and women can’t be friends, but they can be best friends with benefits. At least, that’s if they mock-up, sign and laminate a contract in agreement to keep their relationship simple and not catch feelings for one another. However, as we find in Jonah…

Film Reviews, Horror

REVIEW: We Need to Do Something (2021)

Is there anything more terrifying than being a teenager forced to spend time with your family against your will? With his debut directorial feature, We Need to Do Something, Sean King O’ Grady pushes this idea to the extreme, locking a feuding family of four…

Film Reviews, Superhero

REVIEW: The Suicide Squad (2021)

James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad takes off like a bat out of hell, sprinting through its set-up with an air of surefooted arrogance. ‘Don’t worry about it,’ Gunn seems to say, as he vaguely acknowledges the events of David Ayer’s 2016 Suicide Squad—perhaps thinking that…

Comedy, Film Reviews, Horror

REVIEW: Too Late (2021)

From Miranda Priestly to Darth Vader to Michael Scott, bosses are a well-documented presence in the world of cinema and television. Across all workplaces, the power imbalance between employee and employer is a delicate and interesting dynamic, eliciting a sense of familiarity no matter how…