Browsing Tag


#StreamingScene by Jaime Grijalba Gomez Film

Resident Evil: Vendetta | Takanori Tsujimoto

April 18, 2019

While Paul W. S. Anderson’s Resident Evil films continued to grow a stronger and stronger reputation among the most vulgar of auterists, another series — of Japanese animations, following the plot of the original Capcom video games — began to see release, providing a role of continuity or world-building that may or may not, in some way, be referenced in future installments of the survival horror narrative. In 2008, there was Makoto Kamiya’s Resident Evil: Degeneration, followed, in 2012, by Resident Evil: Damnation (also directed by…

Continue Reading

#StreamingScene by Sam C. Mac Film

Let the Sunshine In | Claire Denis

Let the Sunshine In is an exquisite romantic comedy in part because its laughs are sad and its sadness is funny. Claire Denis isn’t a filmmaker to let the complexity of the human emotions she either captures physically, or insinuates psychologically, settle into easy…

October 26, 2018
In Review | Online film and music criticism