Sick to Death! Review by Claire Dinwiddie In her fifth and latest feature film “Sick to Death!”, local film writer and producer Maggie Hadleigh-West exposes the struggles of hypothyroidism that have affected herself and millions of other individuals over the years. Hadleigh-West, who currently resides… Read More »“Sick to Death”: Local Filmmaker Brings Advocacy to N.O. Film Fest
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This Tuesday, I attended the New Orleans Film Festival and got a chance to see a film by Iman Shervington called Woke. The film was written to inform young people about sexual education. In my opinion, however, the main theme highlighted was that of emotional… Read More »Iman Shervington’s “Woke” serves as wake up call to romantic trauma
The NEW It is unbelievably better than original “IT.” It’s rare for a remake of movie to out do the classic. Much applause is owed to Andrés Muschietti and the rest of the crew for doing an outstanding job because many aren’t able to do this.… Read More »Ctrl-Alt_Del : Rebooting IT Did the Trick
In the terrifying cringiness of the 2017 film It, director Andrés Muschietti shows that coulrophobia isn’t the only fear one needs to be afraid of for the ultimate scare. Andrés Muschietti uses Stephen King’s 1986 literary creation, Pennywise (the clown), as a manifestation of everyone’s… Read More »What’s Your Greatest Fear? IT is likely at the Broad Theater.
Being a teenager on a budget in a city with dozens of activities to choose from, there are many different ways $40 can be spent. Whether it may be going out to eat, attending a sports game or seeing a movie, even a small amount… Read More »A Penny for Your Thoughts – What is the Value of $40 on a Saturday Night in New Orleans?