David is a film aficionado from Colchester, Connecticut. He enjoys writing, reading, analyzing, and of course, watching movies. His favorite genres are westerns, crime dramas, horror, and sci-fis. He also enjoys binge-watching TV shows on Netflix.
Though Duck Butter's attempts to distinguish itself in an overloaded genre are admirable, it is unfortunately too undercooked to be a fully-fledged success.
David Fontana discusses four films directed by women that show transitional periods of life, from an adolescent teen to an immigrant mother attempting to
Both The Night Eats the World and Cargo, despite their differing subjects and approaches, manage to bring both meat and brains to the zombie film.
Both Phantom Cowboys and Island of the Hungry Ghosts are finely wrought documentaries which also touch on universal themes. Though taking place in isolated communities, they reflect on
With energetic sports play, a respect for its story and characters, and a slightly heavier final takeaway, The Miracle Season rises above the pitfalls
Though grounded by a strong presence in the young Madison Wolfe, I Kill Giants is often too dreary to be truly engaging, and too under-realized
Despite a tendency to overdo it when it comes to the scares themselves, Paco Plaza's Veronica contains enough focus on character and symbolism to be
With poignancy, grit, and proficiency, Sweet Country gazes out at the vast Australian outback while also deeply examining the darkness of humanity within.