Dopesick takes at the opioid crisis that is plaguing the nation from the perspectives of the addicts, doctors, pharmaceutical companies and drug reps directly involved. Watch our review of the Hulu mini-series that stars Michael Keaton.
“The series takes viewers to the epicenter of America’s struggle with opioid addiction, from the boardrooms of Purdue Pharma, to a distressed Virginia mining community, to the hallways of the DEA.”
By Kevin Muller
What made Ari Astar’s 2018 film, Hereditary, so chilling was the skilled build up to each scene. Most horror films have no subtlety whatsoever that rely on constant jump scares and the sudden heightening of audio effects. Astar’s movies may move at a snail’s pace, but once the scares kick in, he let’s you sit in the fear, paranoia, and any other negative feeling that conjures up in any given scene. Where his first feature lured in darkness, his new film basks in the sunlight. Does he give us a worthy follow up or fall into a Sophomore slump?
Logan Myerz gives his non-spoiler review of Ari Aster‘s sophomore film MIDSOMMAR. The film opens in theaters everywhere on July 3rd!
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“A couple travels to Sweden to visit a rural hometown’s fabled mid-summer festival. What begins as an idyllic retreat quickly devolves into an increasingly violent and bizarre competition at the hands of a pagan cult.”
L E T T H E F E S T I V I T I E S B E G I N.
Watch the official trailer for MIDSOMMAR, written and directed by Ari Aster.
Logan Myerz reacts to the teaser trailer from Ari Aster’s sophomore film Midsommar. The film hits theaters this summer.
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“A young woman reluctantly joins her boyfriend on a summer trip where things quickly go awry.”
Choose your own path in the new interactive adventure! We reviewed Black Mirror: Bandersnatch that is now streaming on Netflix.
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“In 1984, a young programmer begins to question reality as he works to adapt a fantasy novel into a video game.”
by Old King Clancy
I wasn’t initially going to review Detroit for many reasons that I’ll get into in a moment, but I’ve been thinking about it all day, and I found myself getting angrier while wondering why no-one else has picked up on the stupidity in this film. Maybe it is just me, maybe I am focusing too much on such a minor part of the film, but it’s a minor part that sets off the entire second act. And the fact that the film refuses to even acknowledge it is why it pisses me off.