Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula AWFJ.org review

By CinemaSiren | August 27, 2020 | Comments Off on Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula AWFJ.org review

It’s a zombie heist movie! That’s a new one…A sequel to a sequel, writer/director Sang-ho Yeon brings us Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula, the follow-up to Train to Busan, which was his live action answer to 2016’s animated horror feature Seoul Station. While there’s no arguement that Train to Busan is (a rotted, gore-dripping) head and shoulders above the other …

Driven to Abstaction AWFJ.org review

By CinemaSiren | August 27, 2020 | Comments Off on Driven to Abstaction AWFJ.org review

As a journalist who has also owned an art gallery for over 27 years, I have lived in and around the art market a long time. I already had knowledge of the forgery and shady dealings happening in the art world before watching the new documentary Driven to Abstraction. Produced, directed, and edited by Daria Price, the …

Sputnik Feature Film AWFJ.org Review

By CinemaSiren | August 21, 2020 | Comments Off on Sputnik Feature Film AWFJ.org Review

From time to time a film journalist gets the sense that everyone up and down the PR chain is proud of what they’re promoting. Given that new release Sputnik is both a horror film and in Russian, I was pretty surprised by their confidence. When I said I was curious about seeing it, I immediately got not …

Howard AWFJ.org Review

By CinemaSiren | August 21, 2020 | Comments Off on Howard AWFJ.org Review

Fans of Disney as well as those interested in American history will be fascinated by writer/director/producer Don Hahn’s documentary Howard, now streaming on Disney+. They will also experience a host of emotions spanning from heartbreak to joy in the process. A love letter to the complicated, driven, inspired playwright and lyricist Howard Ashman, Howard is an intimate portrait …