Category: A24

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Film Review: ‘Pearl’- Mia Goth Captivates In A Horror Prequel

Director Ti West and his lead actress Mia Goth wrote the screenplay for “Pearl” in just two weeks during a lockdown in New Zealand while waiting to shoot their Horror film, “X”. With very few exceptions, Horror sequels are unwise.

‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’: Film Review- A Thriller That Is Clever Clever Clever

“Bodies Bodies Bodies” is not only a vicious and funny skewering of the self-obsessed Generation Z, it is also a smart and inventive whodunnit that keeps the film’s interest level high while packing a cinematic whallop. A hurricane is closing

‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Film Review: Excellence In Every Moment

When I left the screening of the new film “Everything Everywhere All at Once”, I held two truths to be self-evident. One was that Michelle Yeoh will always be an absolute a legend as an actress and Martial Artist. Every

‘X’ Film Review: A Crafty Drive-In Horror Movie Throwback

Writer-director Ti West’s “X” is his best film since the excellent 2009 throwback Satanic cult horror, “House of the Devil”. From his very first feature length film (2005’s “The Roost”), West has proven himself a student of 1970’s genre filmmaking

‘Red Rocket’ Review: Sean Baker, Simon Rex Hilariously Achieve Escape Velocity

Red Rocket, Sean Baker’s hilarious follow up to The Florida Project, surprises with another poignant human interest story featuring Simon Rex.

‘Val’: The Life Journey Of A Complicated Soul

Val is an eye-opening, endearing, and ultimately life-affirning look into the career, life, and soul of one of our finest charcater actors

‘The Lighthouse’

“The Lighthouse” from Robert Eggers is a stunning film with strong performances from Academy Award-nominated Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson. The Highly Recommended “The Lighthouse” draws strength from within its confines and its gorgeous black & white images. If we

“Skin”

Academy Award-winning director Guy Nattiv’s “Skin” is the true life story of Bryon Widner, a White Supremacist who finds a way to put the senseless violence and wonton destruction behind him. Though the story is dramatically thin, Jamie Bell’s strong

Joe Talbot and Jimmie Fails Talk About “The Last Black Man in San Francisco”

From the Associated Press, here is an interview with “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” director, Joe Talbot and the film’s star and co-writer, Jimmie Fails. “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” opened nationwide on June 14. LOS

“The Last Black Man in San Francisco”

Joe Talbot’s The Last Black Man in San Francisco is not what you think it is, and that’s only the beginning of a beautiful journey which slowly unfolds through strong characters and themes that will resonate with audiences for years