Review – It Comes at Night

From fledgling director Trey Edward Shults and burgeoning studio A24 comes the horror film that seemingly everyone has been talking about, It Comes at Night.  A24 has quietly become one of the three most consistent and reliable studios out there, churning out quality films like they have an assembly line, while covering all genres and all... Continue Reading →

79. The Birth of a Nation (2016)

There's so much historical significance and modern controversy surrounding The Birth of a Nation that I don't even know where to begin my introduction.  Let's start with the title, which is purposefully the same title of D.W. Griffith's 1915 silent film centered around the Civil War and the postwar Reconstruction era.  That film is widely... Continue Reading →

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