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REVIEW: Spree (2020)

Generally, the person more desperate than the person you can think of is whoever seeks internet attention. With the times so infatuated with metrics, online fame becomes more and more a direct line to the access-following-wealth trifecta, with personalities willing to bend all sorts of…

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REVIEW: Spinster (2020)

“I have two choices: to give up and accept permanent state of spinsterhood and eventual eating by Alsatians, or not.” In 2001, Sharon Maguire shone a bright light on the pressures of the thirty-something woman (often portrayed as hapless) to meet a man and get…

Film Reviews, Reviews, Romance

REVIEW: Dirt Music (2020)

Dirt Music is…perplexing. Or at least it would be, if it wasn’t so boring. Although it features visuals of Australia at its most gorgeous, painting a vivid picture of a landscape that is both romantic and melancholy, it’s a dull slog, despite clocking in at…

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REVIEW: An American Pickle (2020)

There’s something irresistibly charming about all the stories that Simon Rich pens. Not just because it’s hilarious or bizarre, but also because of how full of cultural and social commentary it is. In What in God’s Name — Rich’s 2012 fantasy comedy novel that became…

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REVIEW: Host (2020)

Online pub quizzes make way for paranormal activity in this brilliantly refreshing, relentlessly unsettling new scare-fest that has every reason to go the way of a daily online team meeting, but doesn’t. That’s because director Rob Savage makes a solid effort to highlight the standard…

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REVIEW: Peripheral (2020)

Being a writer has often been associated with being a recreational user of drugs, alcohol and anything else that is typically considered as indulgent and a little more risque. That is certainly the truth for many writers out there, however, some of the most famous…

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REVIEW: The Rental (2020)

Following a steady rise to fame since his big screen debut in 2007’s Superbad (people really don’t forget, Greg), Dave Franco has stepped behind the cameras and made his directorial debut. It’s hard to pin down exactly what Franco’s typical genre is considering his roles…