This is the last film from Czech director Jan Svankmajer, and he exits the world of film in a typically weird way, much like his first feature film which was a very creepy rendition of Alice in Wonderland. Throughout his career he has made…
Many films are labelled as horror movies currently, and it is often misleading. Many of these films are either better labelled as psychological thrillers, or they are simply gory and hard to take seriously. Hereditary is neither of these things. Sure, there are a…
Cargo is unlike any ‘zombie film’. This isn’t action packed. This isn’t gory, for the most part, and doesn’t feature zombies eating people, or even many zombies at all. 28 Days this is not. Rather, this is a film about family and friendship, and…
An interesting take on the refugee crisis that is sweeping Europe, this Finnish film manages to insert deadpan comedy within a complex drama about a man who has made it to Finland from Aleppo, Syria, fleeing the war with his sister. After country hopping…
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