The Invitation – Review

Dinner parties are always uncomfortable. You’ll sit next to someone you barely know, forced to make awkward conversation (that’ll no doubt dissolve into political argument,) and trying to prove that you can eat your dinner without looking like a pig. The whole affair is awkward, causing deep dread down to the pit of your stomach. Now imagine that you are invited as a guest to … Continue reading The Invitation – Review

Apollo 11 – Review

by Chris Rogers It seems remarkable that only fifty years after the first moon landing do we finally have footage of the event that feels worthy of its tremendous legacy. Many feature adaptations (most recently Damien Chazelle’s sublime First Man, to which this will make a fine companion alongside Al Reinert’s melancholic For All Mankind) have tried their damndest to portray the awe and wonder … Continue reading Apollo 11 – Review