Photo credit: NEON Bolstered by a terrific Nic Cage performance, Pig is one of the year's most pleasant surprises. This isn't the John Wick knock-off that its premise would have you believe; it's a patient, moving examination of what we really care about in our short time here on earth. Death is a tsunami simply … Continue reading “Pig” Review
Photo credit: Universal Both as a horror movie and as a continuation of its predecessor, Candyman is an absolute mess. Sure, the movie looks pretty; there's no denying Nia DeCosta has a visual eye as a director. Yet the emptiness behind upside-down shots quickly wears off, leaving bare a horror movie devoid of any true … Continue reading “Candyman” Review
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