Category Archive: 2014


This is my entry into my own blogathon, a brief summary of PSH’s performance in God’s Pocket, as well as a link to a late entry by Dell at dellonmovies *** Directed by… Continue reading


Written and Directed by Alex Ross Perry Starring: Jason Schwartzman, Elisabeth Moss, Jonathan Pryce, Krysten Ritter, Joséphine de La Baume This odd little film instantly drew me in when I read it was… Continue reading

Marshland (La isla mínima) [2014]

Originally written for: Directed by Alberto Rodríguez Written by Rafael Cobos, Alberto Rodríguez Starring: Javier Gutiérrez, Raúl Arévalo, María Varod, Jesús Ortiz, Antonio de la Torre Marshland is what you would call a slow… Continue reading


Directed and Written by Chris Sun Starring: Nathan Jones, Tara Reid, Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, Dean Kirkright, Allira Jaques Us Aussies can make a good horror flick, and it seems we still have… Continue reading


Originally written for: Directed by Emilis Velyvis, Written by Jonas Banys, Lewis Britnell, Emilis Velyvis Starring: Vinnie Jones, Scot Williams, Gil Darnell Redirected is a darkly funny film that takes the Guy Ritchie… Continue reading

88 [2014]

  Directed by April Mullen, Written by Tim Doiron and April Mullen Starring: Katharine Isabelle, Christopher Lloyd, Tim Doiron Two things struck me when I watched this film. The first was inspired by a… Continue reading

WILD TALES (Relatos salvajes) [2014]

Directed and Written by Damián Szifrón Starring: Darío Grandinetti, María Marull, Mónica Villa I like my comedy dark. I like to laugh and then feel ashamed for having laughed at what I did.… Continue reading


Originally written for: Directed by Markus Blunder and Written by Stephen T. Barton and Markus Blunder Starring: Sophie Lowe, Peter Stormare, Maximilian Harnisch, Gustaf Skarsgård Why? That was the prevalent thought going through… Continue reading


Directed by and Written by Kevin Kolsch, Dennis Widmyer Starring: Alex Essoe, Amanda Fuller, Noah Segan Now this movie achieves great things in an area where many horror films fail. You see, I… Continue reading


Originally written for: SUPREMACY is a fairly simplistic movie at its core, but digging a little deeper reveals a few different themes such as family relationships while under crisis, and how the minds… Continue reading