These five indie and arthouse films are worth checking out this coming year.
Led by a powerhouse duo, the film delivers pertinent message.
While the feature brings longtime Harry Potter fans back into the mystical universe, director David Yates leaves the audience jarred and disappointed with his cinematographic choices.
The new Coen brothers film is dark and highly entertaining.
The eighth studio album from the band features 11 distinct tracks. Some of Muse’s previous albums, such as “Drones” and “The 2nd Law,” could be considered concept albums, often centering around darker themes such as warfare and government oppression.
The film’s structure works well with the plot, but the story fails to flow.
SCA previewed the Q&A session with a screening of the summer blockbuster.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” is the story of Queen — but more importantly, the story of Mercury’s personal life and his struggles with relationships, sexuality and loneliness.
Based on the true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather Turner, “Indivisible” follows the Turners after Darren’s deployment to Iraq in 2007 and the fallout of his time abroad.
In fact, a story about a young boy’s journey through conversion therapy, it’s rightfully and painfully somber.