REVIEW: ‘Through the Glass Darkly’ (2020) is an Intriguing Small Town Mystery

Inspired by her own grandmother’s struggle with Alzheimer’s, Fash tells the story of a woman named Charlie (Robyn Lively) whose recent diagnosis with the progressively debilitating disease hasn’t stopped her from searching for her missing daughter, Lily (Kinsley Isla Dillon), a year after her disappearance.

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First Look Review: ‘We Are Who We Are’ (2020) Flourishes Under The Italian Sun

Luca Guadagnino’s first season of ‘We Are Who We Are’

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REVIEW: ‘Spiral’ (2020) is an Enjoyable If Reductive Horror Film

Spiral, the latest from director Kurtis David Harder and writers Colin Minihan and John Poliquin becomes one of the most unapologetically queer horror films in recent memory.

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REVIEW: Summerland (2020) is a “A Queer Comedy with Humor and Heart”

Directing duo Kurtis David Harder and Noah Kentis, known together as Lankyboy, have always dreamed of making a coming of age road trip film. Their dreams came true with the release of their feature debut Summerland (2020), a queer comedy with equal parts humor and heart. With an upbeat soundtrack, desert scenes, and a Coachella-esque music festival, the film has all the ingredients to make a fun movie that’s perfect for this time of year.

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TIFF REVIEW: ‘Still Processing’ (2020): A Journey of Grief and Vulnerability

As Sophy Romvari goes through each of her own childhood photographs for the first time on camera, she gives a stunning portrait of joy, grief and trauma of lost memories.

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REVIEW: ‘Never Be Done: The Richard Glen Lett Story’ (2020) is a Portrait of Addiction and Sobriety

Never Be Done: The Richard Glen Lett Story opens with Lett touring the Vancouver comedy club scene, arguing with the audience, making crude jokes, and refusing to pay his bar tab. He’s been kicked out of almost every establishment in the city and it’s easy to judge him because he comes across as such a hateful person. Richard Lett is an old school Canadian comedian, old school being a kinder description for offensive. He’s brash, loud, and rude, with his personality making it easy to dismiss him. But Never Be Done takes the time to uncover why Lett makes these actions.

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REVIEW: ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ (2020) is a Paradox of a Film

I’m Thinking of Ending Things is everything and nothing, meaningless but meaningful.

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FANTASIA REVIEW: Ladies it’s Time to Dump Him, ‘Don’t Text Back’ (2020)

“Don’t Text Back is the embodiment of the phrase: You can do better than him.” Warn your friends about shitty dudes; that truly should be the motto for millennial dating culture. The heteronormative world is filled with horror stories from young women about bad Tinder dates and terrible relationships. From the classic, “oh my god…

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FANTASIA REVIEW: ‘Doppelbänger’ (2020) is a Sci-Fi Film with a Retro Feel

While Doppelbänger serves as proof of concept for a series called Autom Reign, as shown by the short film’s open ending, it easily manages to stand well on its own.

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