Harpoon is director Rob Grant’s most conventional film of his decade-long career given his past experimental approach to film-making. Harpoon is hardly experimental and therefore much more accessible, though it retains the staunchly independent qualities that define his work. This latest effort possesses… Continue Reading “HARPOON ”
By using racism as a major theme for this film, Get Out immediately sets it apart from similar horror/thrillers. It isn’t a straight horror film, though it certainly creates an atmosphere thicker than tar, and some spine-chilling moments reminiscent of The Shining. It definitely… Continue Reading “GET OUT ”
Directed by Adam Wingard, Written by Simon Barrett Starring: Dan Stevens, Sheila Kelley, Maika Monroe, Brendan Meyer, Leland Orser and Lance Reddick First off, a special shout out to Thy Critic Man who reviewed this flick a few months back and had me itching… Continue Reading “THE GUEST ”
Directed and Written by Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne Starring: Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione Depression is a bitch. I should know, I was wallowing in that pool of sticky tar for many, many years. Getting a job can also be a real bitch, not… Continue Reading “TWO DAYS, ONE NIGHT (Deux jours, une nuit) ”
Directed by Julius Avery, Written by Julius Avery. Additional contributions: John Collee (additional material) Starring: Ewan McGregor and Brendan Thwaites “A game of chess… Is like a sword-fight. You must think first… Before you move.” Chess is an endlessly intriguing game, both to play,… Continue Reading “SON OF A GUN ”
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