Four drag queens go to a therapeutic retreat? This light comedy serves as a fluffy bit of fun that still doesn’t neglect to have very real moments.
This is a highly experimental work that serves as one of the most interesting and wondrous films I’ve seen in quite some time.
This review is for a film originally viewed at the 20th Annual Tallgrass Film Festival. WD;ED will update when the … More
You already know whether or not you’re going to watch Rob Zombie’s new take on The Munsters. If his schtick … More
When so many film romances are boiled down to two Marvel stars flirting onscreen (as chastely as possible) it’s nice … More
The original McTiernon film is such a blast, one that has never been equaled by a sequel (though the 2010 … More
There’s something to be said about the honesty that goes into Alex Garland’s Annihilation, a film that loosely adapts the … More
This one’s wild.
I’m pretty fond of The Foo Fighters, a band formed by Dave Grohl in ’94 during the aftermath of Cobain’s … More
Japanese animation has been leaps and bounds ahead of the rest of the world for quite some time, pushing the … More