Month: September 2022
‘Dog Lover’ Review: Strange and Generic But Witty For the Fetish Community
We all have our kinks and fetishes and what turns us on the most. Dog Lover details a serious (and at times unhealthy) look at a fetish that might go a little too far.
‘Don’t Lose Your Head’ – MiamisFF Review
‘Don’t Lose Your Head’ follows the motto of “grades aren’t everything.”
‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Review: ‘Get Out’ But For White Women
Essentially ‘Get Out’ but for white women, ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ has strong material with its twist reveal, but the writing and directing falter trying to execute it.
‘While Mortals Sleep’ – MiamisFF Review
While Mortals Sleep is enthralling quick-fix horror that offers thrills and excitement with such a short runtime and left me truly impressed with all levels of filmmaking.
Pearl Review – Mia Goth’s Twisted Delusions of Grandeur
While subverting the conventions of Golden Age cinema with the characteristics of a slasher, Pearl studies the delusions of grandeur inspired by the movies.
The Failures of Healthcare in ‘Zero Refills’ – MiamisFF Review
‘Zero Refills’ highlights the despicable treatment of the less fortunate by healthcare providers and big pharmaceuticals.
‘La Loca Y El Feminista’ (MiamisFF Review): A Necessary Dialogue
She is being made to justify why she doesn’t believe he’s a feminist, instead of him having to justify his choice to claim he is one.
‘Honor Roll Boys’ (MiamisFF Review): A Bit of Harmless Fun
Initially feeling like a passionate group having a bit of harmless fun with filmmaking, it leads to something sinister enough to leave a mark.
‘How Power Looks’ — MiamisFF Review
Praising Black representation and condemning the power structures that suppress it, a mother delivers an impassioned speech to her distant son.