Brian Fogel’s latest documentary is a fantastic and vital piece of journalism, albeit one whose potency is dulled slightly by questionable presentation decisions.
Charlène Favier’s debut feature is a perpetually unsettling and solidly-crafted abuse drama with a great central performance.
Sia’s appalling vanity project is ableist, racist, inept garbage.
Sociopaths, narcissists, alcoholics, and the lead singer of The All-American Rejects “acting.”
Chris Baio’s third solo album is just fine even though it seems like the individual ingredients should add up to a more interesting record.
The original Park Chan-wook breakthrough, whilst a touch ropier than the masterworks he would later create, gets a deserving remaster courtesy of Arrow Video.
The soulful, powerful Away is more than just an undeniable artistic achievement. It’s also an excellent film.
Allow me to re-re-introduce myself…
And now: the headline acts.