KNOCK AT THE CABIN REVIEW: SHYAMALAN IS HAVING A BLAST WITH HIS BEST FILM IN DECADES

The best thing to come out of KNOCK AT THE CABIN is seeing how much fun M. Night Shyamalan is having. The director has always been known for his unique ideas and late game twists that often leave fans polarized but with plenty to discuss. He is one of the few filmmakers working today that…

SUNDANCE BREAKDOWN REVIEWS: SCRAPPER, FAIR PLAY, SHORTCOMINGS, JAMOJAYA

SCRAPPER (CHARLOTTE REGAN) A film that chooses to ignore the grand gesture, SCRAPPER is a little film that basks in the genuine and natural emotions of a young child. A child named Georgie (Lola Campbell) who does not know how to fully grieve. Georgie’s mother (Olivia Brady) has died leaving Georgie to live alone in…

SUNDANCE DAY 1 REVIEWS: KIM’S VIDEO, FAIRYLAND, POLITE SOCIETY

The 2023 Sundance Film Festival is in full swing down up in the snowy mountains of Park City Utah. A time of year where new voices and independent cinema gets its biggest platform. After covering the festival virtually for the last two years I have finally been able to attend in person. Stick around for…

BLACK ADAM REVIEW: THE HIERACHY MAY CHANGE BUT IT IS FOR THE WORSE

One thing is for certain. Dwayne Johnson doesn’t keep his promises. The mega movie star is back on the big screen this weekend with a project that is practically fifteen years in the making. BLACK ADAM is a passion project for Johnson. But whereas many filmmakers have passion projects that involve small budgets Johnson is…