A desperate father brings his sick daughter to a feverman, a type of alternative doctor whose methods are highly unorthodox, to say the least. The father’s colleague, a medically trained doctor, is skeptical until he realizes the girl’s malady isn’t natural—it’s supernatural.
I get personal as I share my 10 favorite horror movies of the 2010s.
Lost Holiday proves that while the holidays aren’t easy for everyone, identifiable indies like it make them all the more bearable.
Black Christmas (2019) brandishes weaponized social justice but its purpose outweighs its lack of subtlety.
And Then We Danced is cathartic, topical, and ultimately optimistic in spite of itself. A life-affirming LGBTQ+ film for the ages.