The painstaking physical and emotional tolls of cancer often find themselves as the subject of big-screen offerings. Given its seriousness and vast impact, the disease can be a challenging matter to depict onscreen, with several awards-bait efforts tripping due to weepy-levels of melodrama. After debuting at TIFF all the way
Synchronic: The BRWC Review. By Luke Foulder-Hughes.
Synchronic was the first film from Moorhead & Benson that I have seen. Having heard great things about the directors, I was expecting more from this film. However, that’s not to say I didn’t think that the majority of the film was pretty
Jonathan Furmanski is the cinematographer who lensed every single episode of HBO Max’s cult crime comedy series Search Party, which returned for its fourth season this month.
What made you want to get into filmmaking?
Jonathan Furmanski: I’ve wanted to go into film since I was very young, though I can’t say
Matt's New Release Breakdown: January is an infamously slow month for film releases, often being utilized to prop up catch-up releases over any new content. While COVID-19 has prevented a consistent output of theatrical releases, several distributors have taken advantage of the dwindling mainstream attention. In this week's New Release
Jim Yung (Derek Ting) is a soldier sent with his troop on a mission when his entire crew get infected by an alien dust that inhabits their bodies and turns them against him. Thankfully though, the side effects of the dust give Jim incredible powers which only heighten his military