Film Festival.

Swarm Review

‘Swarm’ Sees Dominique Fishback Impressively Raise Hell in the Name of Fandom and Idolatry


Fandom and fatalities don’t mix—but in Donald Glover and Janine Nabers’ new series, they come crashing to a bloody, glorious head.

Cora Bora

‘Cora Bora’ Is a Star Vehicle For Meg Stalter To Prove Her Immense Dramatic Skills


Meg Stalter is a star, and now the world will finally get to see her lead the way in this dramedy that shows her off as the complete acting package.

Star Wars Holiday Special A Disturbance In The Force

The ‘Star Wars Holiday Special’ Is Good, Actually?


Okay, so, no, it’s not. Although, our conversation with ‘A Disturbance in the Force’ co-director Jeremy Coon does recontextualize its awfulness.

Here Before film Andrea Riseborough

‘Here Before’ is a Dread-Fueled Showcase for Andrea Riseborough


Stacey Gregg’s horror film explores grief and abandonment, with a twist.

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‘The Fallout’ is an Ode to a Paralyzed Generation


In Megan Park’s feature directorial debut, trauma is just a part of daily life.

Alone Together

‘Alone Together’ is a Heartfelt Look at Fan Community Amidst COVID


This Charli XCX documentary is less about the coronavirus pandemic than it is about community and connection.


In ‘Violet’ That Voice Inside Your Head is a Main Character


A distinctive style and a strong lead performance still leave something to be desired.

Paul Doods Deadly Lunch Break

‘Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break’ Dances a Fine Line Between Charm and Controversy


Fans of ‘Tucker & Dale vs Evil’ will want to seek out this dude’s adventures as soon as possible.

Sound Of Violence

‘Sound of Violence’ Rides in Circles on a Cycle of Trauma


She killed a man just to hear him bleed.