The cultural insensitivity of ‘Slumberland’ is discreet, and can be easily overlooked in CGI extravaganza.
‘Zero Refills’ highlights the despicable treatment of the less fortunate by healthcare providers and big pharmaceuticals.
‘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.
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.
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’ is what you would expect, Wally and her father, Max, clash tremendously and don’t understand each other. Although, it’s very heartwarming.
This is a movie that combines a ghost story, revenge tale, and serial killer obsession into a cinematic experience that uses your fears against you.
When we hear Korean Cinema, we often think of South Korean Cinema, but what about North Korea? Sure, North Korea has its propaganda moments, but ‘Pulgasari’ might be its best one yet.
‘Spiderhead’ is Netflix’s latest high high-concept Sci-fi offering in the acts of Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller, Jurnee Smollett, and Mark Paguio
After two months of refusing to see this movie, I have decided that it’s finally Morbin’ time. After its re-release as a box office bomb; I watched it just to laugh at it. But, I was also surprised, because ‘Morbius’ is a queer allegory.