Multiple universes is something becoming more common in movies.
This was evident in some of the films the MNFCA reviewed recently, from the Marvel comics inspired “Morbius” to the original feature “Everything Everywhere All At Once.” Those two and many others were analyzed recently by Minnesota critics.
Here’s what they’ve been up to lately.
Kelly Florence and Meg Hafdahl
On the Horror Rewind podcast, Florence and Hafdahl discussed the Hulu original horror film “Fresh” and gave a recap of what they’ve been watching lately in a special Happy Hour episode.
Additionally, he appeared on the Reel Chronicles podcast for an Oscars “fantasy draft.” He participated in trivia matches for the League of Cinephiles YouTube series on April 7 and 10 as well.
Kyle Goethe and Nicholas Palodichuk
For the YouTube series Kyle and Nick on Film, Goethe and Palodichuk reviewed 1948’s “The Big Clock,” 1962’s “The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner,” 1977’s “Rabid,” 1986’s “April Fools Day,” 1997’s “Jackie Brown” and 2004’s “Taking Lives.”
Paul McGuire Grimes
At News From the Couch, Hambidge reviewed “Morbius” and “Ambulance.” Plus, on the Cinema Stubs podcast, Hambidge reviewed “The Lost City,” as well as the Oscars and Razzies in one, while discussing “Morbius” and guilty pleasure movies in another.
For the Brainerd Dispatch, Lee wrote about the new action thriller “Ambulance.”
At his site, McPherson reviewed new films “Morbius,” “Everything Everywhere All At Once” and “Sonic The Hedgehog 2.” He also wrote about how “X” is important to retro horror for Twin Cities Geek and published a video about 1989’s “The Killer” for his Criterion Essays series.
At InSession Film, Strandberg reviewed the new release “The Bubble.”