by Jordan King 2020 was a rough one wasn’t it? Globally, the COVID-19 Pandemic ravaged societies, bringing communities to their knees, businesses to the brink, economies into recessions, and most heartachingly rivening families and friends in their times of most … Continue reading ‘I’m Coming With You’ – Friendship and Fellowship in Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings Trilogy
by Jordan King Marvelous and the Black Hole, written and directed by Kate Tsang, is a lovely curtain closer on my time with the Sundance Film Festival this year and the sort of film that feels perfectly pitched for family … Continue reading Marvelous and the Black Hole – Sundance 2021 Review
by Jordan King In our present captive state of lockdowns and curfews, the urge to get away and escape is never far from our minds. In the year since the COVID-19 outbreak began, many of us have sought comfort and … Continue reading Land – Sundance 2021 Review
TW: Discussion of Sexual Assault, Abuse, Rape Parker Hill and Isabel Bethencourt’s Cusp is a difficult film to talk about. This is mostly because it’s a difficult film to watch in truth. Chronicling a summer in the lives of three … Continue reading Cusp – Sundance 2021 Review
by Jordan King An overwhelmingly sensual and sensory experience set against the backdrop of rural mid-19th Century New York, Mona Fastvold’s The World To Come is a gorgeously realised portrayal of relationships both burning with passion and burnt out long … Continue reading The World to Come – Sundance 2021 Review
Epic in both narrative and scope, Black Messiah is an incendiary, tragic, uncontainable force of a film.
Jordan King dissects this incredible film. Continue reading Judas and the Black Messiah – Sundance Review