Film School: 10 Documentaries to Watch Now | What to watch now that the election's over | onecriticalbitch.com

Documentaries to Watch NOW in Trump’s America

I generally stick to fiction – you won’t find a lot of posts about documentaries here. That’s about to change. The last few weeks were challenging. I have looked at this blog on numerous occasions and thought, NO – I can’t. Going back to #31DaysofHorror feels wrong, in light of the real world horror I and so…

MOVIE REVIEW: Olatunde Osunsanmi's THE FOURTH KIND | onecriticalbitch.com

The Fourth Kind

*Danger, Will Robinson: Affiliate Links Ahead! Read the disclosure policy for complete info.* It’s fair to say The Fourth Kind is not well reviewed. Rotten Tomatoes’ critics’ consensus calls it “hokey,” “clunky,” and somehow “makes its close encounters seem eerily mundane.” I don’t disagree with any of those thoughts, per say. It is a little hokey. It can be really…

Women to Watch: October New Releases | Television and Film Written, Directed, and Created by Women | See the whole list on onecriticalbitch.com

Women to Watch: October New Releases in Film + Television

Another month has passed, Fall is officially in full swing, and you know what time it is – time for October new releases! Honestly. It feels like just yesterday (it was only a couple of weeks ago) that I was hammering out TWO separate lists to cover September’s offerings in film and television. This month is…

Women to Watch: August New Releases | Television and Film Written, Directed, and Created by Women | See the whole list on onecriticalbitch.com

Women to Watch: August New Releases in Film + Television

When I think August, I think END OF SUMMER. That’s a frightening thought. So let’s think AUGUST NEW RELEASES instead, shall we? What’s The Women to Watch List? I started this project all the way back in May. Three months later and I’m both surprised and not surprised. Surprised, because there are SO MANY movies and television…

Film School: The Best Skillshare Classes for Aspiring Filmmakers, Creatives, + Movie Lovers | onecriticalbitch.com

Film School: The Best Film-Inspired Classes on Skillshare

I’ve shared a little bit of “film school” with you before (see How to Actively Watch a Film, Reading the Shot). Today, I want to continue that series with some lessons from other filmmakers/students of film.

Women to Watch: July New Releases | Television and Film Written, Directed, and Created by Women | Only on onecriticalbitch.com

Women to Watch: July New Releases

Summer blockbusters are here! And with those July new releases come a good number of women written, directed, and produced projects. Yes, that Ghostbusters reboot is one of them. But so is Ab-Fab, and that’s a DAMN BLESSING. via GIPHY First time readers, here’s the deal: I premiered this monthly series back in May as a means to an end. An…

The Maysles 1975 documentary Grey Gardens is both devastating and romantic, serious and more than a little crazy | See the full review and join in on #ChickFlickFebruary at onecriticalbitch.com

Living and Dying and Dancing in Grey Gardens

Today we hit a simultaneously serious and campy note with, of all things, a documentary. I’m watching Albert and David Maysles’ Grey Gardens. Grey Gardens (1975) It’s my mother’s house and she owns it. If you have not ever ventured into Grey Gardens territory, be forewarned – this is not an easy watch. It’s a documentary with very little…

What To Watch: March Favorites | Everything I'm watching on Netflix, Amazon Prime, in the theatre - Everywhere! Current obsession: Happy Valley with Sarah Lancashire | Read it at onecriticalbitch.com

January Favorites

It’s already time for another round of favorites. I find that terrifying. But also thrilling, because I get to give you another list of everything I’ve been indulging in this January (film and television related – mostly). Favorites this month do not disappoint, as I spent quite a bit of time on Netflix, thanks to a nice…

What To Watch: March Favorites | Everything I'm watching on Netflix, Amazon Prime, in the theatre - Everywhere! Current obsession: Happy Valley with Sarah Lancashire | Read it at onecriticalbitch.com

What To Watch: My December Favorites

Who doesn’t like a favorites list to round out their month? Frankly, this is a little (a lot) self-indulgent, but don’t lie – your favorite YouTube and blog series are hauls, round-ups, and monthly favorites, aren’t they? If you’re not hip to these things (you might be an old person…) maybe you can look at this…

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