Review

Joko Anwar has delivered some amazing films, like “Modus Anomali”, “The Forbidden Door” and “Satan’s Slaves”; obviously I was thrilled since I learned he was filming a new horror movie (after “Gundala”) and finally we got the release in this side of the world. We have the amazing Tara Basro…

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Silhouette is the new feature from writer/director Mitch McLeod After the death of their only child, Jack and Amanda Harms move to a secluded home to try and start anew. Their daughter’s death has obviously added a lot more strain on what seems to be an already crumbling and fragile…

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After scrolling through Amazon Prime Video for what seemed like hours looking for something to watch, I said: “why not?” And gave S.Craig Zahler’s, Dragged Across Concrete another viewing. Like all of Zahler’s work to date, I remember really enjoying the film first time around for its rawness. After my…

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Finally, I got the chance to see one of my most anticipated films from the last year, an adaptation of H.P Lovecraft’s The Colour Out Of Space The Colour Out Of Space was a film that had my complete attention from the early stages of pre-production. WHAT’S IT ABOUT? The…

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JOKER Review:

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But this new vision is more about a mentally ill man drowning in the lies, seediness & the filth of a crime-ridden Gotham. A film about what created Joker and more importantly, what his character is about to become if he is to return for a sequel. If you look…

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Review: New Canadian female-led serial killer flick What Keeps You Alive What Keeps You Alive is a new psycho-thriller, female-led serial killer flick from Canada. It was only last year I was mentioning that we had a shortage of female serial killer films. Now, since then I have written about two…

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A brilliant but disturbed scientist freezes his children alive, while he races to cure their deadly genetic disease by decoding the DNA of the immortal Turritopsis jellyfish. Starring Henry Ian, Kathleen Quinlan, Jenna Harrison, Karishma Ahluwalia, and Erika Ervin. A debut film from Maurice Haeems. Chimera 2018 Review.

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