Red Notice was fun and silly. It was an adult National Treasure romp that had my attention. Read more in our review!
‘MON AMI QUI BRILLE DANS LA NUIT’ (AFI Fest ’21 Short Film) Review – A Heartwarming, Melancholic Short About a Man and his Ghost Friend
While that sense of melancholy is present throughout the short, it never becomes overbearing. Mon Ami… perfectly balances its tones.
‘NALUJUK NIGHT’ (AFI Fest ’21 Short Film) Review – A Thrilling, Chilling Documentary Exploring the Labrador Inuit tradition of Nalujuk Night
Written and directed by Jennie Williams, Nalujuk Night is an exhilarating short documentary that explores the Labrador Inuit tradition of Nalujuk Night.
‘MISERY LOVES COMPANY’ (AFI Fest ’21 Short Film) Review – A Gorgeous, Startlingly Authentic Examination of Intrusive Thoughts
Written and directed by Sasha Lee, Misery Loves Company is a gorgeous, startingly authentic exploration of intrusive thoughts.
Grand Theft Auto IV was released in 2008 and centers around the main protagonist Niko Bellic. We think Rockstar should remaster it!
Warner Archive has released the HBO documentary “TINA” chronicling the life and career of Tina Turner on Blu-Ray. Get our thoughts inside!
‘Night Has A Thousand Eyes’ Blu-Ray Review – Edward G. Robinson Film Noir Takes On A Touch Of The Supernatural
Kino Classics has released the Edward G. Robinson supernatural film noir “Night Has A Thousand Eyes” on Blu-Ray. Get our thoughts inside!