Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Us

Movie Review: Us

What does Us try to say to its audience? As clear as the themes are within this and Jordan Peele’s previous efforts in Get Out, the immediate problem is effectiveness and quality. Attempting to net and handle the duality that rages inside, apparently, every human being on this wretched Earth, Us provides a simplified metaphor for letting the animal within […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: The Invisible Man

Movie Review: The Invisible Man

Classic pictures should never be adapted for the mainstream audience. There are truly rare occasions where something can be expanded on positively thanks to the beauty of modern technology. More often than not, it leads to nothing but farce that moves so far away from the engaging interest of the original piece that it may […]

 Ewan Gleadow

Movie Review: Shirley

Movie Review: Shirley

Wading her way through the thick fog of horror, Elisabeth Moss is now attempting to grasp at a potential throne of contemptible roles. Villainous caricatures or manic individuals now litter her filmography. Us, The Invisible Man, and this latest directed piece from Josephine Decker, Shirley. Out of the three presented to us over the past two years, Shirley is by […]