A documentary with gripping narrative appeal, Sirens pays invigorating tribute to the life-altering power of truth, friendship, and rock & roll.
So rhythmic and well-edited that you could mistake it for a carefully plotted scripted film.Read full article
With the band's headstrong co-founders leading their tale, Sirens is a powerful reminder that punk isn't dead if you know where to look.Read full article
Produced by Maya Rudolph and Natasha Lyonne, Sirens is as cool as you might expect when you read the logline "first all-female metal band from the Middle East."Read full article
For a documentary concerning such a singular thrash metal band, Baghdadi provides very little information about the band apart from Lilas and Shery's tumultuous friendship.Read full article
Sirens is a likable crowdpleaser about the intersection of gender, sexuality and aggressively loud music in a culture that isn't always open to deviations from the norm.Read full article
I’m a sucker for documentaries about punk, metal, or really any other musical genre popping up in places you don’t normally expect.Read full article
Sirens sings loudly, finding a tender heart beating profoundly alongside with the cacophony of rage and fury that punctutates the soundtrack.Read full article