Review: Ouija Sex

You can probably guess as soon as you read the title where this film is going but for anyone unsure: when a heart-broken man tries to contact his deceased girlfriend, he discovers she wants more than just a chat. Directed by Mondo Ghulam, written by Leander Thom and starring: David Anderson, Clare Almond, Cyril Cotterell, Laura Evelyn, Angela Peters, David Sayers, and Sarit Wilson Chen. Continue reading “Review: Ouija Sex”

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Review: The Last Fishing Trip

Written and directed by Christopher Fox, an older woman’s mortality is tested after she loses her brother to cancer. With nothing else to live for, she meets a young black man who represents hope. Starring: Lester Greene, Jeff Frumess, Diane Bakos and Mike Connelly. Continue reading “Review: The Last Fishing Trip”

Review: Pokémon: Detective Pikachu

Out of an unending list of trailers that pushed anticipation to the limit, Detective Pikachu was knocking at the door of the top spot for 2018, combining childhood nostalgia and cute, fluffy creatures being grumpy and sarcastic, plus Ryan Reynolds.

Directed by the man who brought you Monsters vs. Aliens and Shark Tale, it’s a third animated outing for Rob Letterman, backed up primarily by the writers of the recently renewed One Day at a Time, Dan Hernandez and Benji Samit. Tim (Justice Smith) attempts to find the truth about his father’s disappearance with the help of Pikachu (Ryan Reynolds) and budding reporter Lucy (Kathryn Newton). Continue reading “Review: Pokémon: Detective Pikachu”

Review: Support the Girls

Support the Girls follows Lisa (Regina Hall), the general manager at Double Whammies, a highway-side ‘sports bar with curves’, who has her normally unstoppable optimism and faith – in her girls, her customers, and herself – tested over the course of a long, strange day. Directed by Andrew Bujalski and also starring: Haley Lu Richardson, Dylan Gelula, Shayna McHayle, James Le Gros & Lea DeLaria. Continue reading “Review: Support the Girls”