Josef Kubota Wladyka’s debut is a bleak yet gripping scream on behalf of a forgotten people.
The Australian dance-pop quartet’s sophomore album indicates they’re in it for the long haul, only sacrificing some of their prior identity in the process.
Hive is a solid-enough ode to Kosovo’s grieving women but lacks unique flair.
Ride the Eagle is a pleasant vibey piece of COVID filmmaking that never quite manages to become an interesting, affecting, or all that funny narrative film.
Freakscene is little more than a curio for both Dinosaur Jr. fans and the non-converted.
beabadoobee returns to the live stage with confidence, purpose, and a feverish crowd.
Sean Durkin’s long-gestating follow-up to Martha Marcy May Marlene is a more straightforward but still engrossing actors’ showcase.
Unsurprisingly, Black Widow is another very good Marvel movie, albeit a frustratingly compromised one.
Sweat is an affecting and empathetic portrayal of loneliness in the social media age, albeit one which stumbles when applying that same eye towards stalking.
Emma Seligman’s feature debut is a near-essential carefully-observed cringe-fest of the highest order.