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Ally Johnson

Ally Johnson

The Bingeworthy™ Breakdown is an occasional look at new TV shows. Over 500 scripted seasons of TV are expected to air in 2018, and to help you sort the wheat from the chaff, we’re going to give you the lowdown to help you work out whether it’s worth tu…

The Bingeworthy™ Breakdown is an occasional look at new TV shows. Over 500 scripted seasons of TV are expected to air in 2018, and to help you sort the wheat from the chaff, we’re going to give you the lowdown to help you work out whether it’s worth tu…

It’s nearly unfair how director Hiromasa Yonebayashi lures us into a false sense of security within in the whimsical opening moments of his latest film, “Mary and the Witch’s Flower,” and the first for Studio Ponoc. Founded by Yoshiaki Nishimura …

At face value, February is looking pretty grim. With films such as the finale to a much derided trilogy “50 Shades Freed” (what even is that title) and the embarrassment that looks to be “Peter Rabbit” both coming out in the sam…

The Bingeworthy™ Breakdown is an occasional look at new TV shows. Over 500 scripted seasons of TV are expected to air in 2018, and to help you sort the wheat from the chaff, we’re going to give you the lowdown to help you work out whether it’s worth tu…

If your resolution for 2018 was to go outside more, maybe read the book that’s gathered dust on your nightstand, or pick up a hobby that doesn’t involve going to the movies, you’re in luck because unless you’re playing catch up,…

Due to the common affliction of being an enormous wimp when it comes to all things creepy, sinister or generally alarming in films, it means that I passed on movies such as “The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” “mother!“, “Raw&#…

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,” …