Landscape With Invisible Hand Review – Sundance Film Festival

An alien invasion is what takes place in the sci-fi satire Landscape With Invisible Hand, but instead of warfare, they screw the world’s economy. From director Cory Finley, the story is based on M.T. Anderson’s novel and does a different take on the traditional aliens taking over Earth. The movie shows a future where an alien […]

My Animal Review – Sundance Film Festival

Tales about werewolves have become a popular stories for people, especially in film. It is interesting for audiences to see the transformation of a human being into a beast during the night. There are a ton of movies that have explored this tale, and My Animal has become part of the pack. Premiering at the Sundance Film […]

Infinity Pool Review – Sundance Film Festival

Depictions of the wealthy in fiction are something audiences have seen as of late, so sometimes it’s enjoyable to see how they are exploited into situations that can seal their fate or change them for the better. In the case of Brandon Cronenberg’s Infinity Pool, the film’s story sees this unfold through the eyes of […]

Divinity Review – Sundance Film Festival

Sci-fi films can sometimes offer the most definitive experience on screen, but sometimes they can show a concept that may be harder the grasp with an audience. The film Divinity falls on the latter as it is an example of an indie art flick that brings an unusual way of storytelling to give that weird vibe […]

Polite Society Review – Sundance Film Festival

As part of the Sundance Film Festival’s Midnight features, there are usually those rare films that make a buzz after their first showing. Polite Society has proven to become quite the crowd-pleaser after its debut, giving audiences an edgier film that goes outside the box when it comes to South Asian representation and the stories that are […]

The Pod Generation Review – Sundance Film Festival

As technology continues to evolve into our everyday lives, many forms of media have depicted this new age of reality where humanity relies on it for most of their lives. It is what The Pod Generation depicts, a new film from Sophie Barthes that makes its debut at the Sundance Film Festival. The sci-fi flick […]