It’s October and although that means it’s a great time to watch a bunch of horror films, we have a list that should contain a little bit of something for everyone.
If you do plan on going to the cinema we encourage you to make sure it’s safe to do so where you are located, and please practice social distancing.
The Forty-Year-Old-Version – 09/10
Although the title may have you thinking it’s a parody of a certain Apatow produced comedy, it is not.
This is a film starring, written and directed by Radha Blank — playing a character named, Radha — who’s a down-on-her-luck play writer who decides to give the rap game a-go.
The film is shot in black and white and looks to feature some wonderful cinematography of New York City. The Forty-Year-Old-Version is also loosely based on a lot of Blank’s life experience as a struggling writer based on New York City. There’s an interesting behind the scenes read about how she got to write, direct and star in this film.