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VOD REVIEW: Pitch-perfect Sharlto Copley excels as Unabomber

Ted K is a searing, terrifying exploration into the early days and radicalization of The Unabomber. Based on the incredible true case that kept America in fear for weeks, Ted Kaczynski’s life in Lincoln, Montana is put under a microscope. As he lives in the wilderness, feeding off the land and relying on his own … Continue reading VOD REVIEW: Pitch-perfect Sharlto Copley excels as Unabomber

VOD REVIEW: President a deep exploration of corrupt politics

A documentary with considerable weight, President explores the intricacies of politics in Zimbabwe. In particular, it looks at the 2018 presidential election there, and the results that come from going against a corrupt government. Camilla Nielsson’s documentary is immensely difficult to watch. There’s something about seeing injustice that just burns a fire in the belly. … Continue reading VOD REVIEW: President a deep exploration of corrupt politics

VOD REVIEW: National Champions gets sidelined by subplots

There’s been an intense recent debate around free labour, unpaid internships and the like. So it makes sense that discussing compensation for collegial athletes be a part of the conversation. National Champions follows a star quarterback who – dismayed with the wealth distribution in college sports – boycotts the championship game until equal pay and … Continue reading VOD REVIEW: National Champions gets sidelined by subplots