The product of two brothers, filmmakers and Texans, “No Man’s Land” is an earnest attempt to reverse the stereotyped narrative of illegal immigration into America — instead, the white man is the one who crosses the border illegally.
"Kindred" doesn’t do anything new or interesting, and calling it a “horror” or “thriller” movie is a big stretch. In a genre that has already overdone the “person is drugged and held against her will but no one believes the story” trope, director Joe Marcantonio acts as if he’s reinventing the wheel.
The Hulu original film follows Anna Bludso (Elle Lorraine), an executive assistant at a music television station with a dream of hosting her own show. In order to please the new higher-ups, Bludso ditches her natural hair and gets a weave — one with a sinister mind of its own.