The Current War (Review)

When you expect a “race to create the modern world” one expects either a drawn-out sprint or a condensed marathon, not a relay. This film is exactly that, a relay race, a relay race of subplots and minor characters. And due to that, it can never quite find its genre, or pace. The sparks don’t…

Midsommar (Review)

Ari Aster’s second film, Midsommar, is all but ordinary in this gripping pagan folk horror. Midsommar brings with it an all too utopian visual aesthetic that few films can match, any sane person would be ashamed to have not appreciated the artistic value. Ari Aster has created films since 2011, but it was only in…