family drama

Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon (Movie Review)

Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon has been around the film festival circuit since 2021. Winning three awards at the Venice Film Festival alone, now, thanks to Saban Films and Paramount Pictures, the film will reach US theaters, digital platforms and On Demand services on ... Read More

Railway Children (Movie Review)

Actor Bernard Cribbins is better known as Donna Noble’s grandfather in the Doctor Who series. Some might even recognize his first stint with the Timelord in 1966’s Daleks- Invasion Earth 2150 or singing the song that gave 1990s one-hit wonders Right Said Fred their name. But within the ... Read More

The Royal (Movie Review)

Released by Samuel Goldwyn Films digitally and for a limitedly theatrically run on July 15th, 2022 comes The Royal. Despite the name, the film has nothing to do with 2006’s The Queen, or the prequel Netflix series The Crown. This Royal, directed by Marcel Sarmiento ... Read More

Hostile Territory (Movie Review)

Fancy a post-Civil War family drama set in the Wild West with plenty of action? Well, that is what is on offer either way with Hostile Territory. Formerly known as The Orphan Train, the film is due to have a limited cinema run on April ... Read More

Ambulance (Movie Review)

Michael Bay (Bad Boyz 1995, Transformers 2007) is back, and he is going all classy with an adaptation of a European film. The 2005 Danish film Ambulancen by Lauritis Munch-Petersen (The Dolphin 2017) and Lars Andreas Petersen (Below the Belt 2006) to be precise. Only ... Read More

Turning Red (Movie Review)

Disney-Pixar’s Turning Red has certainly had more than its lead turning red, be it with anger, embarrassment, or even love. Those lucky enough to attend the Everyman Borough Yards screening and the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) got to see it early on February 22nd, ... Read More