The sea is a monster.
It has been sleeping for centuries.
We are it’s dream.
I love PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN for the same reasons that the Popular Indie Film Backlash Crowd hates it. It’s not incredibly subtle, it just knows that it hates right-wing nut jobs and rapists, and it goes out of its way to make outrageous and sweeping broad statements regarding toxic masculinity and the men who subscribe to it. It’s the #MeToo movie of the moment - and also much more than that. It is unapologetically progressive, full of righteous anger -…
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Larry Clark’s Bully is one of the greatest films of 2001. It is the best film that Clark has ever made, and it features a career-defining and heartbreaking performance from the late actor, Brad Renfro.
Bully tells a true story that is as horrifying as it is pathetic. This is the story of the murder of Bobby Kent - a murder that was carried out by none other than his best friend, Marty Puccio. But it’s not as simple as…
Johnny Clyde’s THE FORGOTTEN COLOURS OF DREAMS is an analog wonder - an endlessly profound and uncompromising meditation on god, existence, death, and everything in between. The entire film takes place within a perfect circle in the center of the screen, and our focus is limited purposefully to the people and images within that small space. It’s an inspired aesthetic decision that forces the emotion of the piece to break through in a way that’s in your face and incredibly…