‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’, the latest from indie powerhouse studio A24, is a great time. Full of dark comedy laughs, great performances, and genuine scares, it’s a perfect addition to modern slasher classics.
The Sandman features a plethora of LGBTQ+ characters and is openly expressive about it!
The assassins in Bullet Train are quirky, deadly, and diverse. Yet, they all seem to be some type of caricature. While the movie is fun and action-packed, it’s also packed with stereotypes that don’t make for the best representation.
This Agni Kai looks cool and is funny as well!
Mr. Malcolm’s List is a pleasant promenade through a fantasy Regency-era England filled with people of color. For fans of Bridgerton, this is the PG version of the show, but with completely colorblind casting and a much lighter tone.
This magical reboot introduces a new set of Charmed ones, much to the ire of fans of the original series.
In a post-Gamergate media landscape, it’s ambitious to have a film confront the harsh reactions to women in gaming from a comedic lens.
J Brooke, Incluvie Guest Columnist on ‘Life and Beth’ and ‘Sort of’: while living one’s truth is freedom, speaking it as a mandatory assignment can become captivity.
The Season 3 finale overall upholds everything that Incluvie is primarily concerned about when it comes to media content
We’re in the midst of July, the month in which Americans are supposed to be at their most patriotic! With barbecues, beach trips, and fireworks galore, this is the month where we celebrate our country. For Incluvie, that primarily means diving into the wonderful “melting pot” of the diversity of American film! In between celebrating and feasting, it’s important to remember the very basis this country is founded on: “liberty and justice for all.”