Sundance Review: “Mass”

Year: 2021Runtime: 110 minutesDirector/Writer: Fran KranzStars: Reed Birney, Michelle N. Carter, Ann Dowd, Jason Isaacs, Martha Plimpton, Breeda Wool By Morgan Roberts *Warning: This review discusses gun violence* What happens in the aftermath of a school shooting? We know the immediate aftermath. We broadcast the pain of the survivors and those who survive the victims. We send thoughts and prayers to loved ones robbed of … Continue reading Sundance Review: “Mass”

31 Days of Horror, Day 17: XX

Anthology films have always been a great outlet for new filmmakers to not only share their own visions but also collaborate with other filmmakers. The horror genre has been mainly home to this kind of storytelling and has seen plenty of filmmakers make their mark through strong and scary short films. However, when I think back through the anthology films that I’ve seen, there aren’t many times where I can think of female directors getting their chance to tell their stories. For the most part, horror has been a male-dominated genre, but, thankfully, there actually is an anthology film out there solely full of female talent that’s worth diving right into. Continue reading 31 Days of Horror, Day 17: XX