EPIX’s new series “Fall River” might just be the docu-series that grabs viewers’ attention. It contains very graphic depictions.
The new anime film “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train” is an action-packed tear-jerker that fans will love. With a run time of two hours and an R-rating, the film takes place right after the events of season one of the anime series “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.” It follows the demon slayers, Tanjiro Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma, Inosuke Hashibira, and Nezuko Kamado, Tanjiro’s demon sister. They board the mugen train to team up with Kyojuro Rengoku, who is a part of the high ranked Demon Slayer group known as the Hashira, to defeat a demon who has been terrorising the train.
“Separation” is an anxiety inducing and well-thought out thriller. The film can safely be put up against the classics. It might even give the new “Conjuring” movie a run for its money.
“Medical Racism” is a two-hour film about racism people of color experience while seeking medical care.
“Yes Day” brings its audiences a feel-good, inspirational vibe that will make viewers laugh and bring them to tears all in the same 86-minute timeframe.
A fresh new start in modern-day New York City, brings Tom and Jerry back for more adventures in “Tom and Jerry the Movie” which is nostalgic at best.
By: Annette Lesure East Los Angeles College held a screening of “For Rosa,” a film inspired by the Madrigal Ten, a group of women unknowingly castrated during childbirth on Nov. 18. Boyd-Batstone is a Masters of Fine Arts graduate from the USC School of Cinematic Arts. She said she wanted to share this film to honor the Madrigal Ten and the many other women whose voices were never heard. ELAC’s…
“Joker” is a film that delivers on multiple levels with its graphic violence, unnerving tone and fantastic performances.
“IT: Chapter 2” is a terrifying film that has a great amount to appreciate, but noticeable flaws make this ambitious sequel fall flat compared to its predecessor.