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Ally Johnson

Ally Johnson

Just like that, it’s December and end of year lists are being curated (if not already posted) and the Sundance Film Festival has released their lineup for the upcoming fest which will subsequently, technically, begin chatter for the 2018 Oscars. …

It’s coming to the point of the year where it’s difficult to see past December releases as awards chatter swells. However, this movie is worth keeping an eye on. First premiering at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, “Permission,” …

Landing in that category of “oh my god, is this still on?”, ABC’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” continues to plug along, five seasons in despite tepid reviews throughout and dwindling viewers. Still, the hardcore Marvel fans re…

There’s quite a push and pull when it comes to the hesitant hopefulness regarding the sequel to the largely adored “The Incredibles.” Both one of the best animated films and best superhero films of the 21st century, with a voice cast …

Created by comedic powerhouse Sharon Horgan (Amazon‘s “Catastrophe” — watch it) and starring two long time beloved actors with Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church, the first season of “Divorce” didn’t bring …

At this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, 22 year old filmmaker Quinn Shepard made a breakthrough with her blistering and ferocious take on high-school dynamics, particularly those between teenage girls. In her first feature length film, “Blame…

Despite some films that played well to critics, the end of October fizzled out slightly in terms of quality new releases, but at least we could all stay in and binge “Stranger Things 2.” Luckily, November kicks off in a big way, with films …

In the pantheon that is the coming of age genre, “Wexford Plaza,” which made its premiere at this year’s Slamdance, could easily be buried deep in the plethora of thematically similar titles. This isn’t for a lack of trying, as the film is fresh …

It’s been something of a devastating past few following weeks for women in the film industry as everyone from Harry Knowles to Harvey Weinstein have been called out for sexual assault. It’s all been a harsh reminder of the toxic masculinity…

“When we lose our principals, we invite chaos.” What exactly that chaos is in the world of Sam Esmail’s “Mr. Robot” remains debatable. Our characters, following the humdrum fall out of season two, are back for an enlivened…