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Review: Poor Things

One thing many people have questioned when thinking about the recent movie Poor Things is whether it can be considered a feminist film. Starting with facts, the film is directed…

Review: Saltburn

Emerald Fennell’s second film after Promising Young Woman is yet another masterpiece. Having already received a well-deserved Oscar for original screenplay Fennell has now established her place as a director…

Remembering Taxi Driver

The following article includes spoilers. I have never been one for films with gratuitous violence. They don’t speak to me like tender films, such as Past Lives and Lady Bird…

Review: Saint Omer

CW: Infanticide Saint Omer is a film directed by Alice Diop about the trial of a young mother who is accused of killing her 15-month-old daughter. We follow Rama (Kayije…

Mothers and Daughters in ‘Lady Bird’

“Don’t you think maybe they are the same thing? Love and attention?” In 2017 our screens were blessed with Greta Gerwig’s Lady Bird. The film follows a young girl, self-named…

Cult Column: Under the Silver Lake

This article contains film spoilers. CW: suicide, rape I am not entirely sure what I watched when I watched Under the Silver Lake, but one thing I can say for…

Review: Bones and All

Bones and All is a film about love, isolation, connection, and cannibalism. It is a love story, twisted as it may be, about finding oneself and your place in the…

Review: The Whale

The Whale is a phenomenal film, depicting a reaction to grief that is rarely shown in cinema. It tells the story of a man aspiring to rekindle lost love as…