Censor is two thirds of slow build up to one third of bombastic payoff which manages to embody aspects of both psychological and grindhouse horror. Using a low budget to its advantage, debut feature film director Prano Bailey-Bond creates a consistently creepy atmosphere to explore the mind of its progressively more deranged protagonist. Occasionally a… Read more
In the Heights begins with a big electrifying dance and musical number and never loses that pace or excitement for the entirety of its run time. John Chu presents what might be one of the strongest Broadway to film adaptations in recent memory, managing to tell its large scale yet heartfelt story with an amazing… Read more
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