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Stress Positions

Studio: Neon
Director: Theda Hammel

Apr 30, 2024 Cinema Web Exclusive

At turns laugh-out-loud funny, deeply melancholic, and downright radical, Stress Positions arrives as the most invigorating and challenging film likely to be slotted under LGBT Voices on a streaming service one day.



Director: Luca Guadagnino

Apr 22, 2024 Cinema Web Exclusive

Challengers represents an enjoyable and original diversion from the cult-like worship of professional sport’s biggest names prevalent in many of the formulaic sports docs and biopics currently cluttering up streamers.


Terrestrial Verses

Studio: KimStim
Directors: Ali Asgari & Alireza Khatami

Apr 21, 2024 Cinema Web Exclusive

The bite-size stories of Terrestrial Verses allow the film to ruminate on a variety of society’s flaws without ever feeling too chained to one aspect in particular.



Studio: Lionsgate
Terry McDonough

Apr 08, 2024 Cinema Web Exclusive

Catching a serial killer goes international in some interesting ways in this by-the-numbers thriller directed by Terry McDonough.



Studio: A24
Director: Julio Torres

Mar 08, 2024 Cinema Web Exclusive

With so many gimmicks, you might assume all meaning is lost, but Problemista‘s messages of devotional love and holding out hope while on an impossible path shine through.



Studio: Utopia
Anthony Chen

Feb 10, 2024 Cinema Web Exclusive

Drift boasts two fantastic performances that command the film and make it a worthwhile watch.


Freud’s Last Session

Studio: Sony Pictures Classic
Director: Matt Brown

Dec 28, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

By playing it safe, we emerge from the film learning nothing new or illuminating about either figure.


Concrete Utopia

Studio: 815 Pictures
Director: Um Tae-hwa

Dec 06, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

While it does feel long at times, especially given its 130-minute runtime, the film’s captivating narrative and skillfully constructed action sequences consistently make it difficult to look away from the screen.


Cat Person

Studio: StudioCanal
Director: Susanna Fogel

Oct 26, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Cat Person is an entertaining, thought-provoking, well-made film that should raise Jones’ and Braun’s film acting profiles.