Socrates Review – A Sensitive Portrait Of Intersectional Poverty (Rating: 9/10)

In a cinematic world dominated by the MCU, it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that a film requires a large budget to be competent. When the average budget of a Hollywood movie is easily in the tens of millions of dollars, and entire CGI worlds have become mundane to most viewers, films that cost less than the price of a house to … Continue reading Socrates Review – A Sensitive Portrait Of Intersectional Poverty (Rating: 9/10)

Midsommar Review – A Feverish Folk Nightmare (Rating: 9/10)

I imagine most people have experienced a fever dream, but as a chronically ill person who has always been irritatingly prone to a high temperature, I’ve had more than a few in my life. What has always struck me about them is that, along with the spatial and temporal inconsistencies that feature in most of my regular dreams, they seem so unnaturally vivid. Inconsequential noises … Continue reading Midsommar Review – A Feverish Folk Nightmare (Rating: 9/10)