Trinitonian

Domont debuts with the gripping and powerful “Fair Play”

Domont debuts with the gripping and powerful “Fair Play”

Chloe Domont delivers a fantastically written, directed and acted thriller about gender roles
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist November 2, 2023

“Fair Play” is a psychological thriller from writer/director Chloe Domont in her directorial debut. The film follows Emily and Luke, a recently engaged couple who keep their relationship hidden from...

Scorsese’s latest is nearly perfect despite runtime

Scorsese’s latest is nearly perfect despite runtime

Scorsese returns with a tragic depiction of a dark time in American history
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist October 27, 2023

“Killers of the Flower Moon” is an epic Western crime drama from the legendary Martin Scorsese. Based on David Grann’s nonfiction book of the same name, the story follows a string of murders of the...

“The Fall of the House of Usher” takes Poe to another level

“The Fall of the House of Usher” takes Poe to another level

Mike Flanagan’s final Netflix series is unlike anything he’s done before
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist October 20, 2023

“The Fall of the House of Usher” is a gothic horror miniseries created and co-directed by horror maestro Mike Flanagan, his final show with Netflix due to the expiration of his contract with the company....

Losing My Religion in “The Exorcist: Believer”

Losing My Religion in “The Exorcist: Believer”

David Gordon Green returns with yet another lackluster horror movie
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist October 13, 2023

“The Exorcist: Believer” is a supernatural horror film by David Gordon Green, and it serves both as a legacy sequel to “The Exorcist” and the first entry of the trilogy. The story follows a single...

An interesting concept couldn’t save “No One Will Save You”

An interesting concept couldn’t save “No One Will Save You”

A solid lead and a five-word gimmick prop up the film’s more boring aspects
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist October 6, 2023

“No One Will Save You” is a science fiction horror film from writer/director Brian Duffield (“Spontaneous”). It stars Emmy-nominated Kaitlyn Dever (“Unbelievable,” “Dopesick”) as an isolated...

“The Nun II” and the curse of film franchises

“The Nun II” and the curse of film franchises

Making franchises like this is a bad habit (pun intended)
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist September 21, 2023

“The Nun II” is a Gothic horror film from director Michael Chaves, and it serves as the ninth installment of “The Conjuring” universe. The story follows Sister Irene as she investigates the murder...

Amanda from saw in the reverse bear trap.

Why I still love the “Saw” franchise

The soap opera of horror franchises — complete with blood, guts and traps
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist September 15, 2023

“Game over.” This is one of my favorite horror movie lines of all time, and it’s a big part of one of my favorite horror series: “Saw.” The franchise that has since been condemned as “torture...

Baba Yaga returns with “John Wick: Chapter 4”

Baba Yaga returns with “John Wick: Chapter 4”

A mostly entertaining film despite its gargantuan runtime
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist April 6, 2023

“John Wick: Chapter 4” is a 2023 action film from stuntman-turned-director Chad Stahelski. The fourth, and possibly final, entry of the “John Wick” series follows the titular assassin as he fights...

Why Velma is the greatest show of all time

Why “Velma” is the greatest show of all time

Finally, the animation industry provides us with a true diamond in the rough
Bom Bighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist March 30, 2023

This piece is entirely satirical. Read the rest of our April Fool’s edition, the Trinibonian, here.  The realm of animation is one of complete and utter garbage. While there are exceptions (“Cars...

This year’s top three films of SXSW

This year’s top three films of SXSW

The three best movies I saw during South by Southwest, a week-long festival
Om Dighe, Arts & Entertainment Columnist March 23, 2023

I attended South by Southwest (SXSW) over spring break, and I’m still reeling from the experience. While the festival also consists of concerts, tech demos and keynotes, I was primarily interested in...

Image of Chai, main character of Hi-Fi Rush, doing the classic Sonic Adventure pose, color version

“Hi-Fi Rush” is headbangingly good

Tango Gameworks’ new surprise release video game will knock your socks off
Om Dighe, Arts and Entertainment Columnist March 9, 2023

“Hi-Fi Rush” is a 2023 rhythm-based action video game from developer Tango Gameworks (“The Evil Within” series) and publisher Bethesda Softworks (“The Elder Scrolls” series). The game follows...

If you give a bear cocaine, she’ll want a movie to go with it

If you give a bear cocaine, she’ll want a movie to go with it

Hot take: Maybe the real Cocaine Bear was the friends we made along the way
Parker Parent, Arts and Entertainment Reporter March 9, 2023

When I sat down that fateful Sunday for a matinee showing of “Cocaine Bear,” I didn’t expect to leave the theater a changed person — and I didn’t — but it was more fun than I thought it would...

Comments (0)

All Trinitonian Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest
Activate Search
film review