“Birds of Prey” and the Fantabulous Emancipation from the DCEU
Birds of Prey has some of the best stunt work and choreography of 2020, and was the most fun I’d had in an action film since John Wick 3.
Time To Get Critical About Representation in “Shameless”
A decade since it aired, Shameless (U.S.) has always stuck to its guns (and baseball bats) about character diversity.
‘The Haunting of Hill House’: The Reality of Mental Illness through Fictional Horror
“The Haunting of Hill House” isn’t your typical horror story. Based on a novel by Shirley Jackson, Netflix’s masterpiece and limited horror series takes you on a emotional rollercoaster ride, by turning our perception of mental illness on its head. It’s an unforgettable story about a loveable family, who grapples with tragedy and love after living at the foreboding Hill House.
“Do Revenge” Bends Genres, Champions Authenticity, and Promotes Inclusivity
‘Do Revenge’ offers a 2022-relevant sociopolitical commentary that decries virtue signaling while promoting the inclusive virtues the nefarious power structures exploit.
The Moms in ‘Anything’s Possible’ Make Almost Anything Seem Possible
The film’s Incluvie rating is off the charts. It features Black, Muslim, queer, trans humans whose moms hold them up, fight for them, and love them for who they are…making anything possible.
First Kill’s Cancellation Is a Major Loss for Lesbian and Black Representation
Although the budget was a dollar and a dream, Netflix’s ‘First Kill’ managed to gain over 90 million viewing hours and a small cult following. So why was it canceled? Given the trends in series cancellations, it may have been because of the Black and queer protagonists.
Predator’s Seventh Entry, ‘Prey’, Is A Breath Of Fresh Air
‘Prey’ is the seventh edition of the Predator series and offers a new take on the iconic hunter and an amazing representation of Native Americans.
Riding the Wave of Transness – ‘Gender Outlaw: A Bodysurfing Story’ Review
The short documentary and second place winner of the Incluvie Short Film Festival, Gender Outlaw: A Bodysurfing Story, challenges any simplistic understanding of trans people.
‘The Sadness’ — An Unapologetic Gore-Fest Making Rounds On Social Media
As a horror buff, I was intrigued by people claiming ‘The Sadness’ was the most disturbing movie they’ve ever seen or to watch with caution. So, I finally put the internet to the test and watched it for myself… to varying results.
‘Don’t Make Me Go’ — A Basic Story With The Year’s Most Heartbreaking Ending
‘Don’t Make Me Go’ is what you would expect, Wally and her father, Max, clash tremendously and don’t understand each other. Although, it’s very heartwarming.