Some B movies go nowhere, and others become cult classics. People love this latter category of film. People go out
The Block Island Sound is a gorgeously shot horror film. Almost every exterior shot is beautiful and takes full advantage of
A confident first feature from director Michael Venus, the film is anchored by a phenomenal central performance by Gro Swantje
We can still get our dose of Christopher Nolan’s trademark brand of incredible practical action and obsession with time, though.
The rape-revenge story is a well-worn film story. The bad man seems nice. The bad man gets the woman alone.
A Mermaid in Paris is, shockingly, from this last group. A man, Gaspar (Nicolas Duvauchelle), finds the wounded mermaid Lula (Marilyn
Survival Skills is a film I haven’t been able to stop thinking about since I first watched it. A biting
The film crosses back and forth over the lines, from some moments that ring incredibly true and honest to others
Each lead actor is great, but Felix Kramer, as Markus, steals the show. He’s a brute, but he might be
I love the movie-going experience. Sure, people can be jerks sometimes (*cough* turn your phone off *cough*), a man was even arrested
It would be easy to write Survival Skills off as a cheap nostalgia bid or a wacky experiment, and it would have
Opening with a gang of thieves storming a jewellery store only to be cornered by the police as they finish
To reiterate, this movie is deeply weird. It’s also shallow. Climate of the Hunter features several monologues from Wesley, stories of
The remote setting of the story exacerbates all of this; the tiny family cabin set deep in the woods, further
Katja Herbers (probably best known for her recurring role on HBO’s Westworld) is fantastic as Femke, particularly in the scenes where she