2019 Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: Hard-Ish Bodies Review: Fun
May03

2019 Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: Hard-Ish Bodies Review: Fun

No matter how much your body will cringe, your eyes will not be able to tear itself away from the screen in Mike Carreon’s short film “Hard-ish Bodies.” This short film is something that could traumatize you for life or could be the cure to a bad day. From the dramatic introduction of the close up scene of a fascinating beard to the strip scene that will be burned into the brains of the audience, the film was well thought out...

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2019 Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: La Noria Review: Special
May03

2019 Tribeca Film Festival Coverage: La Noria Review: Special

The animated story of a little guy who likes to craft wonder wheels, La Noria, will sneak up to the deepest corners of your heart and your mind. A boy is locked up in the dark house surrounded by unreal and scary creatures. The movie creates tension and makes you worried. It is perfect for the fans of emotionally pressing films. La Noria is an animated short film directed by filmmaker/animator Carlos Baena and produced as an online...

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Laguardia Review: Poignant
Dec04

Laguardia Review: Poignant

Interplanetary travel, ETI immigration and discrimination are the main topics of LaGuardia, a comic that burst with African culture. It’s like delicious savory African dish in NYC. A mix of vivid colors and enticing characters, it awakens in your mind a world of fantasies. At the same time, it tells us a profound, unique and moving immigrant story. Nnedi Okorafor, the writer, is the main character of the story. The writer tells...

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Fauve Review: Atmospheric
Nov15

Fauve Review: Atmospheric

Fauve is an enjoyable foreign short film that will remind you of your childhood, especially if you’re not from the United States. The excellent cinematography, emotion provoking scenes and surprising performances of the young actors will have a powerful effect on viewers. There is no doubt why this movie is an award-winning. We all did naughty things when we were children. Looking back, it’s easy to regard it all as amusing, but they...

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Ultimate Chicken Horse Review: Fun Couch-Co-Op
Sep16

Ultimate Chicken Horse Review: Fun Couch-Co-Op

The name of the video games we play poses as a summary of the underlying complexities they portray. Hearing the name “Ultimate Chicken Horse” immediately emits limitless possibilities; no two people on earth can guess what kind of game this will be. This ridiculous, hilarious and surprisingly clever multi-player platformer will take you back to the good old days of ruining friendships over video games. Clever Endeavour Games released...

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The Walking Dead 178 Review: New Avenues to Explore
Jun01

The Walking Dead 178 Review: New Avenues to Explore

For nearly fifteen years, Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard have been creating cliffhangers, unforgettable characters, and remarkable artwork as fans devour their comic books on a monthly basis.  The most recent story arc in the comic book, New World Order has many interesting developments for the characters, and as per usual, the fans have no idea what direction it is going (though there are a number of theories). Throughout the...

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