Review: A Colony

Canada might produce more coming of age films per capita than any other country in the world, but few of them are as subtle, perceptive, and culturally impactful as writer-director Geneviève Dulude-De Celles’ poignant and strikingly realized fictional feature A Colony.

Review: Midsommar

A sprawling, ambitious, indulgent, and assuredly unnerving follow-up to his terrifying critical and commercial success Hereditary, Ari Aster’s sun and blood drenched Midsommar is yet another example of a filmmaker throwing everything they can into their second feature because their first major success has allowed them a lot of leeway to go a bit crazy and over-the-top.

Review: Ferrante Fever

A bland, skin deep literary study of one of publishing’s greatest unsolved mysteries, the Italian documentary Ferrante Fever will only appeal to the titular author’s legions of already converted fans or anyone who wants to make it seem like they’ve read the works in question without actually picking any of them up.