Review: Mother!

Darren Aronofsky is clearly working some things out in Mother! It is perhaps his most surreal film and undoubtedly his most personal. The writer-director is grappling with concerns about the environment, the nature of creation, the role of religion and man’s relationship with God. It’s some pretty heavy stuff, but it’s also a movie that... Continue Reading →

Review: American Horror Story: Cult “Election Night”

I’m not a political person. It’s a weird thing to say, even though I believe it’s true. I don’t really engage in politics, and barely follow the news (except entertainment news that is). I’m not proud of the fact, but it is a fact. However, I also recognize that it is impossible to disengage media from politics.

Review: Wind River

Wind River is a difficult movie to write about in an irreverent tone. The film centers on the investigation that follows the discovery of the frozen corpse of a teenaged, Native American woman by a hunter for US Fish and Wildlife Services (Jeremy Renner) on the titular Indian reservation.

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