Month: April 2016


Green Room ★★

If you were lucky enough to see Jeremy Saulnier’s Blue Ruin in 2014, then you had the pleasure to catch one of the more captivating thrillers of that year; a film that had a refreshing, directRead Full Review


Louder Than Bombs ★★★½

Norwegian filmmaker Joachim Trier has already shown that he’s an unmatched talent in film right now. His third feature, Louder Than Bombs, is his first one in English. A plot description might suggest a limpRead Full Review


Demolition ★★

After Dallas Buyers Club and Wild, director Jean-Marc Vallée completes his trilogy of lost souls with his latest film, Demolition. Much like Wild, the film is a histrionic meditation on grief through the point-of-view of someoneRead Full Review


Krisha ★★★★

When’s the last time an American filmmaker had as strong a debut film as Trey Edward Shults’ Krisha? The movie is so confident, so breathtakingly beautiful, so vulnerable with its feelings and situations. Shults madeRead Full Review