Infinity Pool Pushes Privilege Beyond the Limit

Consequences in today's society come on a sliding scale if you're wealthy. Throwing money around to get yourself out of trouble is a luxury, and going to top resorts in exotic locations without caring how much you spend is another perk of being rich. Brandon Cronenberg's latest Infinity Pool, his third feature film after Antiviral... Continue Reading →

The Inspection

The relationship between church and state is an interesting one, but when you aren’t part of a heteronormative world, it becomes a major obstacle to worship or serve your country. It’s no secret that many faiths don’t accept the LGBTQ+ community, and when worshippers are openly gay, they are often shunned. This dilemma is highlighted... Continue Reading →

She Paradise

Black women deal with a perpetual struggle to be seen. And with that struggle comes how we see ourselves and how we are presented, which manifest differently to each observer. As we fight to wave our empowerment flag, some may see it as a signal to attack or that we are prey, things to be... Continue Reading →

The Secret of Sinchanee

A family tragedy, bloodlines and a dark legacy haunt The Secret of Sinchanee. After his father's death, Will (Stephen Grayhm) must deal with unresolved feelings when inheriting his childhood home. No one in town wants to buy it since it's shrouded in mystery, so Will moves in despite his apprehension. Soon, terrifying nightmares plague him,... Continue Reading →

Halloween Kills

The Halloween franchise was revamped in 2018, creating a frenzy when fans learned Jamie Lee Curtis was back as Laurie Strode, the ultimate final girl inextricably tied to perpetual boogeyman Michael Myers. This version of Halloween, directed by David Gordon Green, follows up 40 years after the John Carpenter classic from 1978. Everyone is much... Continue Reading →

In Plain Sight: Candyman

The day has finally come. Gone are the moments of scrutinizing every second of the Candyman trailer, with the brilliant and unexpected use of shadow puppetry, the gorgeous face of Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and the quick shots of that infamous hook. This week, we can finally see the greatly speculated, hotly anticipated reimagining of Candyman... Continue Reading →

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