The Voyeurs – A twist we don’t see often enough – Review

The film tells the story of Pippa and Thomas. They decided to live together. But part of the rules, the landlord gave is not to hang things from the ceiling. This of course means, no curtains and they have huge windows. That’s the beginning of our drama, the huge windows let them have a glimpse … Read more

Beyond Evil: New Netflix crime series raises the bar for procedural crime drama

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Have you checked out the new South Korean Netflix series Beyond Evil? well, if crime procedural dramas are your thing, then this is one of the best in recent years. It ain’t no secret, I am huge fan of Asian cinema. Yeah, they don’t seem to be graphic and as violent as they used to … Read more

Sleepless Beauty Film Review: Not so much torture but it has an amazing animation

It begins with an ambassador’s assassination plot and a chat window that informs us of a new method of getting people to do certain things. Then we see Mila through different cameras, letting us know she has been chosen for the same group of people from the dark web. She is just like your average … Read more

Silhouette Review: A Slow-Burner That Delivers To Those Who Wait

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 relationship. Silhouette was made on … Read more

Why Parasite deserved all those Oscars?

When people asks me, why I liked “Parasite” so much or why I would recommend it, some things always come to mind, I’ll try to answer those questions here: Why I think you should watch it (if you haven’t) and Why it deserved all that praise. Since Baeksaekin (White Man), Bong Joon-ho has showed us … Read more

Possum Review: An Unsettling Dissection Of A Broken Mind – Moviehooker

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POSSUM Review: The scariest kind of monsters are the ones that exist inside of our minds. THE DIRECTORIAL DEBUT FROM MATTHEW HOLNESS Possum would not be a film that would be suited for everyone. There aren’t a lot of characters and the film is made up of long eerie scenes with no dialogue. However, if you … Read more

6 Deeply Disturbing Psychological Films

A list of 6 films that disturbed me so much they have a permanent residence in the back of my mind.  Michael Michael is the directorial debut from Austrian filmmaker Markus  Schleinzer. The story of an insurance salesman called Michael. To everyone around him, Michael seems to live a quiet and boring life.What they don’t know is that he … Read more

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