Sundance Film Review: You Wouldn’t Understand

Sundance Film Review: You Wouldn’t Understand
By

Trish Harnetiaux’s You Wouldn’t Understand is an unassuming little gem of absurdist comedy that knows exactly what is is. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Judas and the Black Messiah

Sundance Film Review: Judas and the Black Messiah

Judas and the Black Messiah, from director Shaka King (Newlyweeds), showed at the Sundance Film Festival last night and did not disappoint.  … read more

Sundance Film Review: Prisoners of the Ghostland

Sundance Film Review: Prisoners of the Ghostland
By

Prisoners of the Ghostland is a nonsensical mess that had me feeling like one of those characters from a certain era of Bugs Bunny cartoon. … read more

Sundance Film Review: R#J

Sundance Film Review: R#J
By

In this retelling of Romeo and Juliet, R#J feels more like a very intriguing experiment than a particularly good film. … read more

Sundace Film Review: Jockey

Sundace Film Review: Jockey
By

Jockey is a triumph of melancholy and wistful moments woven together by a skilled director and actor who has never been fully appreciated. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Marvelous and the Black Hole

Sundance Film Review: Marvelous and the Black Hole
By

Kate Tsang’s Marvelous and the Black Hole is by no means terrible, and it kills almost 90 minutes adequately enough. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Mother Schmuckers

Sundance Film Review: Mother Schmuckers
By

Mother Schmuckers relishes in the glitching, sometimes senseless approach to collage afforded by the early internet era. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Mass

Sundance Film Review: Mass
By

Mass is an uncompromisingly provocative film, one sure to be the subject of discussion if people can steel themselves up to watch it. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Flee

Sundance Film Review: Flee
By

 Flee is a magnificent achievement in directing, and a genuine game changer for documentaries as an artform. … read more

Sundance Film Review: On the Count of Three

Sundance Film Review: On the Count of Three
By

Jerrod Carmichael’s On the Count of Three is an interesting commentary on the difference between angry self-pity and true mental illness. … read more