Film Festivals

Screamfest review: Open 24 Hours – Clerk

Horror movies confined to a single location are a staple. It always works because the location becomes simultaneously your prison, your safe haven and your arsenal of tools for survival. Open 24 Hours...

SDFF Review: ‘Widows’ Brings A Serious Mind To Pulp Fiction

You want them to get away with it. That’s the same thought that always comes to mind when watching a heist thriller. The obstacles getting in the way raise the level of tension, something lacking in O...

8 Great

Screamfest review: Tumbbad – I’ll Tumbbad For Ya’

Screamfest has been great about showing horror films from around the world. In previous years I discovered Finland’s Lake Bodom and Italy’s The Laplace Demon and many others. This year, India’s Tumbba...

Screamfest Review: The Amityville Murders – Family Dies

Amityville is actually one of the franchises I have not seen entirely. Every time I do see one, it discourages me from filling in the gaps. After The Amityville Murders it’s probably going to be a whi...

SDFF Review: McCarthy Steals The Show In ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’

The 2018 San Diego International Film Festival opened with Can You Ever Forgive Me? This early 90s-set biopic features Melissa McCarthy as a misanthropic writer struggling to make ends meet, resorting...

8 Great

TIFF 2018 Review: The Weekend

Ashley Menzel reviews "The Weekend" written and directed by Stella Meghie.

7 Good

5 Best Films of TIFF 2018

Ashley Menzel counts down the best films of TIFF 2018.

TIFF 2018 Review: Halloween is a love letter to the fans.

Scott Menzel reviews David Gordon Green's "Halloween" starring Jamie Lee Curtis.

9 Amazing

TIFF 2018 Review: Ben is Back is an emotional and hard-hitting look at addiction

Scott Menzel reviews "Ben is Back" starring Lucas Hedges, Julia Roberts, and Courtney B. Vance.

9 Amazing

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