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Lee Jutton has directed short films starring a killer toaster, a killer Christmas tree, and a not-killer leopard. Her writing appears in publications such as Bitch: A Feminist Response to Pop Culture, Bitch Flicks, TV Fanatic, and Just Press Play. When not watching, making or writing about films, she can usually be found at Red Bull Arena in New Jersey.

TOKYO IDOLS: A Glimpse Into A Culture Both Intriguing & Disturbing

Never thought much about Japanese pop idols? Then this disturbing yet insightful documentary, Tokyo Idols, from Kyoto Miyake definitely will.

LOGAN LUCKY: This Country-Fried Ocean’s 11 Is Just As Tasty As The Original

Steven Soderbergh's Logan Lucky is one hell of an enjoyable ride that leaves you feeling lucky to have been along

WIND RIVER: The Year’s Most Haunting And Elegiac Thriller

Wind River is a haunting and wonderfully acted murder mystery that casts light on the inequality within Native American communities.

WETLANDS: A Soggy, Derivative Mess

Wetlands chronicles one man’s inauspicious return home in an attempt to make amends with his family and restart his cop career.

ANTI MATTER: Ambitious And Original, But Ultimately Incoherent

Anti Matter displays ingenious science fiction storytelling on a micro budget- but sadly, the film falls down a wormhole of its own making.


Lightningface is a 20 minute short film starring Oscar Isaac as his life changes drastically after being struck by lightning.

WHAT HAPPENED TO MONDAY: An Uneven Attempt To Fill Orphan Black’s Shoes

While full of plot holes and shakes characters, What Happened to Monday is still a weird, yet perfect movie for a night in.

BUSHWICK: Too Bland And Boring To Be The Real Brooklyn

With its timely statement about diversity in America, the bland and boring Bushwick fails to meet expectations.

6 DAYS: A Tense Hostage Drama That Makes For Uncomfortable Viewing

6 Days is a mostly well-made film based on true events, but its similarity to our current political climate makes it an uncomfortable watch.

LANDLINE: A Warm & Witty Look At The Disappointment Of Adulthood

Landline's Gillian Robespierre & Jenny Slate understand that female characters can do unlikable things while still earning our empathy.