Alison Sanchez

Sorbonne Université #Paris #France #Movie reviewer and writer/ content contributor for #StreetCulture, #Mexican #Italian #Spanish born and raised in #Paris. When I'm not writing I'm working out. 😉

Kids’ movies are ready to escape Amblin’s influence

If you’re wondering why the vaguely generic-looking family adventure movie The Kid Who Would Be King is receiving surprisingly positive reviews, look...

A sequel to the original Ghostbusters is being planned for 2020

The Ghostbusters franchise is coming back again. Entertainment Weekly reports that Sony Pictures has tapped Jason Reitman (the son of Ivan Reitman,...

The High Life trailer seems awfully deceptive

Looking at the first trailer for High Life, the upcoming space thriller from A24 and director Claire Denis, it’s understandable if viewers...

Despite outcry, Netflix will not remove real-life train derailment footage from Bird Box

Netflix is not planning to remove footage of a real-world train derailment that was used in its fiction film Bird Box, despite...

‘Maybe at this point I equate femaleness with being radical’: Karyn Kusama on Destroyer

Amid all the cultural debates about women’s struggles to be heard in Hollywood, over everything from onscreen representation to sexual abuse to...

New trailers: John Wick 3, Game of Thrones, Spider-Man: Far From Home, and more

I finally got around to watching Roma the other week. It’s a fascinating film, telling its story in a way that few...

‘Fyre’ Review: Doc on Disastrous Music Fest Is One Three-Alarm Autopsy

You probably remember the cheese sandwich. Maybe you had no idea who the young, bro-tastic hustler Billy McFarland was, or hadn’t heard of the...

‘Glass’ Review: M. Night’s Shyamalan’s Double Sequel Is Half Full, Half Empty

What a difference a couple decades makes. When M. Night Shyamalan dropped Unbreakable on an unsuspecting world back in 2000, the new Spielberg on...