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  • Beau Is Afraid

    Beau Is Afraid


    Standing tall at an almost three-hour runtime with hazy pacing, Beau is Afraid is an anxiety-inducing cinematic experience like no other. By blending jet-black humor with existentialist horrors, Aster and Phoenix jointly craft an absurdist, no-holds-barred picture that showcases the best of their respective abilities and newly-found artistic capacities. Dive into an infinity pool of Freudian nightmares if you dare, and follow the steps of a pitiful man afraid of everything.

    Ari Aster is a master manipulator, and I say…

  • TÁR



    NYFF 60: Film #3 (Main Slate)

    "If you want to dance the mask, you must service the composer." Todd Fields’ first feature in sixteen years, TÁR, is not only an extremely sharp character study but a masterpiece – a work of great talents and heights that enrapture the viewer in a maelstrom of cinematic catharsis, a portrait of an artist’s amour propre (self-destruction through idolism, orchestrating your own cessation) through a towering performance by Cate Blanchett.

    The word masterpiece is defined…

Recent reviews

  • Shin Kamen Rider

    Shin Kamen Rider


    Even if the film’s pacing is both its blessing and curse, Hideaki Anno’s Shin Kamen Rider is a highly entertaining and intentionally campy homage to the classic Japanese character.

    Hideaki Anno is one of the most respected Japanese animators of the modern generation. His creations have significantly influenced the anime industry and Japanese pop culture: he’s deemed one of the medium’s first auteurs. The project that made the public fall in love with his work is Neon Genesis Evangelion. Ever…

  • The Boogeyman

    The Boogeyman

    Another Stephen King short story is adapted into a feature film; this time around, it is The Boogeyman, from his 1978 ‘Night Shift’ collection. And whole it may have a once-talented director in Rob Savage (known for his film, HOST) at the helm and a talented cast (Sophie Thatcher, Chris Messina, Marin Ireland), the project is rendered holly due to every cinematic element being frustratingly cliched and indistinguishable – a truly disappointing feature that makes you question the future of…

Popular reviews

  • Not Okay

    Not Okay


    Although some of Not Okay’s provocative ideas don’t land, its witty script and Zoey Deutch’s piquant performance are engaging enough to make this a chaotic and fun ride.

    Over the decades, plenty of films have mocked or ridiculed their own generation. However, as the years went by, more kept appearing. These films were ridiculing this modern generation addicted to the various social media platforms through different mediums and genres. Most of these features had exciting ideas, but they ended up…

  • Spencer



    TIFF 2021

    Like Jackie, Spencer masterfully crafts horror & beauty within the isolation of its main character (almost like a ghost story in the midst of a fairytale). It is beautifully crafted and executed on all ends; the strings by Greenwood, the cinematography by Mathon, and Larrain's direction, and in the heart of it, there is the brilliant Kristen Stewart with the performance of her career. Jackie tackles the mourning, while Spencer deals with mental health. Both of them (Jackie and…