Posts by Esther Rosenfield

Drive-Away Dolls review – a future midnight screening staple

By Esther Rosenfield

Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan star in a delightfully daffy road movie, written by Ethan Coen and his wife Tricia Cooke.

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I Saw the TV Glow – first-look review

By Esther Rosenfield

Jane Schoenbrun's sophomore feature is an unnerving take on loneliness, isolation, and the enduring mysteries of children's media.

The First Slam Dunk review – thrillingly choreographed basketball drama

By Esther Rosenfield

The manga that brought basketball to Japan gets a new adaptation which thrillingly embodies the sport’s high-flying action.



By Esther Rosenfield

Idris Elba is a father menaced by a killer lion in this capable but slight thriller.


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