Review-Lite: The Wolf of Snow Hollow (2020)

Robert Forster, Riki Lindhome and Jim Cummings in The Wolf of Snow Hollow The setting is always the same, the small secluded alpine town with the blistering snow storm. The cast of characters from the old time sheriff to the collection of scared townsfolk. The winter horror isn't anything new but in writer/director Jim Cummings …

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Review-Lite: Lynn + Lucy (2020)

Roxanne Scrimshaw and Nichola Burley in Lynn + Lucy Framed around the fracturing friendship of titular college classmates Lynn (Roxanne Scrimshaw) and Lucy (Nichola Burley), writer/director Fyzal Boulifa's feature debut is a story of evolution and escalation where the same schoolyard squabbles are painted in a more harmful light, one that runs the risk of …

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Review-Lite: Folklore – The Long Pond Studio Sessions (2020)

Taylor Swift in Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions I've never written a review for a concert film, it felt derivative in a way. Packed out stadiums and very little context does not a movie make. However The Long Pond Studio Sessions playthrough of Swift's first album of 2020 Folklore feels different to the conventional …

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Review-Lite: An American Pickle (2020)

Seth Rogen in An American Pickle Widely publicised as a launch title for HBO Max, the Seth Rogen starring and Brandon Trost directed An American Pickle is a film about finding middle ground, making compromises for those you love, or even those you barely know but want to. Telling the story of Jewish immigrant Herschel …

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