rbg_1 8.5

Sundance 2018: RBG Review

Cohen and West take a non-linear approach to telling RBG’s life story, interspersing both old and new interviews and testimonies with file footage and home videos, and they punctua

Quest_1 7

Slamdance 2018: QUEST Review

Either from the often strikingly intimate handheld shots or his script, which bleeds unfiltered affection for his characters and the night-soaked streets of Berkeley, Quest is unco

fake_tattoos 7

Slamdance 2018: FAKE TATTOOS Review

Fake Tattoos is a lovely first feature, even if at times it feels like the French Canadian punk version of a number of different romantic films from Garden State to Before Sunrise.


JIGSAW Blu-ray Review

It’s been seven long years since Jigsaw and his merry band of self-righteous psychopaths graced the screen, and, evidently, enough time passed to justify a reboot of the Saw franch