Palm Springs

“Palm Springs is a delight, and as enjoyable of a respite as the film’s getaway location promises.”

Fantastic Fest 2018 Review – Mid90s

Starring: Sunny Suljic, Katherine Waterston, Lucas Hedges Directed by: Jonah Hill (debut) Written by: Jonah Hill (“21 Jump Street”) Few actors can weave in and out of genres as seamlessly as Jonah Hill has done it within the last few years. Known mostly as a comedic actor that has grown from the Judd Apatow family tree, Hill has […]

Fantastic Fest 2018 Review – The Perfection

Starring: Allison Williams, Logan Browning, Steven Weber Directed by: Richard Shepard (“Dom Hemingway”) Written by: Richard Shepard (“Dom Hemingway”), Eric C. Carmelo (debut) and Nicole Snyder (debut) With all the crazy concepts, plot twists and narrative risks (for better or worse) that are in genre film, there will always be a segment of movies that are […]

Fantastic Fest 2018 Review – Lords of Chaos

Starring: Rory Culkin, Emory Cohen, Jack Kilmer Directed by: Jonas Akerlund (“Horsemen”) Written by: Dennis Magnusson (“King of Devil’s Island”) and Jonas Akerlund (debut) For metal fans across the world, the stories about Norwegian black metal culture are infamous. Church burnings, murder, violence…and that’s not even scratching the surface of the famously abrasive music. Based on stories from […]

Call Me By Your Name

“Their connection is powerful. The relationship feels less like a summer fling and more like two souls uniting.”

The Killing of a Sacred Deer

“One of the purest forms of an artist distilling his singular vision into a unique movie going experience.”

Battle of the Sexes

“More interested in telling a lustful love story than it is talking about equality, gender gaps or even tennis.”

Step

“A very humanistic story about not just the strive for excellence, but breaking cycles.”

Dunkirk

“Nolan has created nothing less than a cinematic marvel…visually breathtaking, ambitious and stirring.”

It Comes at Night

“[Director] Shults has created a thriller full of mystery, intrigue and slow-burning intensity.”

Chuck

“Early parts of the film feature some true greatness…but punches itself out and staggers to the finish.”

Their Finest

“Isn’t quite the strong female-empowerment movie it wants to be, but it is well-performed.”