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‘Foe’ Review: Sci-Fi Romances Fails to Launch 

Take two of the best Irish actors working today and make them use American accents. Take a compelling premise about the intervention of climate change in domestic life and make…

Shoresy: Canadian hockey comedy will “never lose again.” 

In 2022, Jared Keeso – creator and star of the cult hit Letterkenny – announced that Canadian streaming service Crave would be launching a new Letterkenny spinoff called Shoresy. Reactions…

Gangs of New York: How America Remembers Itself

When you think Martin Scorsese, you probably think Goodfellas, Taxi Driver, and Wolf of Wall Street— often in that order. If you’re a little more invested in his filmography, you…

Review: The Creator

A robot stands in front of a chalkboard full of equations.

Spooky Season Suggestions: Over the Garden Wall

Scare-o-meter: 2/5 In my opinion, most of the shows and movies we think of in relation to autumn fall into one of two categories: Cozy and Spooky. Things like Good…

Dumb Money

Dumb Money doesn’t go ‘to the moon’ If I had a nickel for every time in the last five years that Paul Dano played a forum user who, through charisma…

El Conde Review: Pablo Larrain revisits Pinochet – this time with vampires

Jaime Vadell stands between Dracula and Lear as vampire-turned-dictator Augusto Pinochet. In 2012, Chilean director Pablo Larrain achieved international fame with his political drama No, a documentary-style look at the…