Emily is a film addict, TV aficionado, and book lover. She's currently in training to become a crazy cat lady.
There are so many stories like High-Rise that I’m shocked it’s not a genre to itself. I mean, how many books, movies, and television
2015’s Toronto International Film Festival gave audience awards to Room, the quietly affecting story of a mother and son, and Hardcore Henry, a first-person
A strange thing’s been happening in American cinemas in recent years, and it’s the most natural by-product of modern marketing that you can get.
For many Cubans, the country’s recent economic reforms have drastically changed their hopes for the future. Access to decent wages, which had long been
It’s tempting to back away slowly from Nina, to pretend you didn’t see it and in doing so sidestep the subtleties of the controversy
Let’s snuggle into the familiar embrace of the British biopic. A genre all on its own, their tempered looks at history often play as
The central concept that for 12 hours the American government makes all crime legal has always been the main selling point for The Purge
A fatal flaw runs through many conversations about gender issues: they narrowly focus on women. The problem largely stems from comfort, as that is
If there is a universal desire in this world, it’s for our children to live a good life. No matter how you define good,
Writer/director Terence Davies has released only two narrative features since the turn of the millennium, The House of Mirth and The Deep Blue Sea.