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‘House of the Dragon’: ‘A Son for a Son’ Review and Recap: The Dance Begins

The long-awaited return to the world of Westeros is finally here with the premiere of HBO’s House of the Dragon Season 2.

Top 10 Must Watch Queer Films for Pride Month

Pride Month is upon us, and what better way for you film lovers to show your pride and uplift queer art than to watch some queer cinema! Here are 10 recommendations from us to add to your Pride 2024 watchlists….

‘Hit Man’ Review: A Whimsical Romp about Brutal Murder for Hire

After a nearly year-long wait, Richard Linklater’s darkly hilarious hitman dramedy, aptly titled Hit Man, is finally upon us and it’s phenomenal. Easily one of my favorites of the year and another masterpiece under Linklater’s belt whose filmography is littered…

The Intrinsic Transness of ‘I Saw the TV Glow’

The film opened last week to rave reviews but has been somewhat divisive. The divide comes from cis- and queer/transgender audiences. 

‘Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes’ Review: Revisiting the Planet

Wes Ball took on the challenge of following up one of the greatest trilogies ever with Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes… and it mostly delivered with a rich story, a familiar world that feels lived in, and great characters, though it’s not without its flaws.

‘Sing Sing’ Review: Not a Prison Film

Heartwarming, touching, and powerful, Sing Sing is a story about the power that art and companionship hold — told through a profound and meticulously crafted narrative that can make you burst out laughing or get you misty-eyed in the span…

‘Fallout’ Review: A Video Game Adaptation Done Right

Prime Video’s Fallout is not one of the many bland and forgettable entries to the desolate wasteland of adaptations, but a Nuka-Cola Quantum oasis.