Tag: sundance 2021
[Sundance 2021 Review] Fantastical Fright THE BLAZING WORLD is a Bold, Quirky Debut from Carlson Young
A glimpse into another world not too unlike our own isn’t exactly a novel format for the...Read More
[Sundance 2021 Review] Slow Burn Chiller WE’RE ALL GOING TO THE WORLD’S FAIR Takes Urban Legends To The Internet
Jane Schoenbrun’s We’re All Going To The World’s Fair is exactly the kind of...Read More
You know when cult king Nic Cage says a movie “might be the wildest movie I’ve ever...Read More
[Sundance 2021 Review] There Are No Happy Endings in Nerve-Racking Survival Thriller COMING HOME IN THE DARK
You’re going to want to take a big deep breath before sitting down to watch James...Read More
[Sundance 2021 Review] EIGHT FOR SILVER Boasts An Impressive Rewrite of The Werewolf Mythos Despite Copy+Paste Scares
It’s safe to say that you’ve never seen a werewolf movie like Eight For Silver. Sure,...Read More
[Sundance 2021 Review] Reality Is Reduced to 1s and 0s in Simulation Theory Documentary A GLITCH IN THE MATRIX
If you’re currently questioning your day-to-day reality, Rodney Ascher’s...Read More
[Sundance 2021 Review] If The Pandemic Hasn’t Already Fried Your Brain Ben Wheatley’s IN THE EARTH Just Might
Conceived, created, and cobbled together all under Covid-19 lockdown measures in Britain, Ben...Read More
Frida Kempff’s psychological thriller Knocking (Knackningar) is an eerie and unsettling tale...Read More
[Sundance 2021 Review] Analog Era Love Letter CENSOR Blurs The Lines Between Video Nasty and Reality
The 2021 Sundance Film Festival’s Midnight opener Censor takes viewers beyond the cold, grey...Read More
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