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Apr 19 2024

Swede Caroline : Movie Review

In UK cinemas on 19 April. US release unknown as of this writing. I loved how serious and seriously absurd Swede Caroline is. As a mockumentary, it’s not designed for huge laughs and one-liners; instead, it gently leans into ever-increasing (but very restrained) exaggeration and uses more subtle attacks than full-on jokes to get its […]
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Apr 18 2024

Abigail : Movie Review

Horror movies are always more fun when there’s a kid as the villain, and that’s exactly what we get with Radio Silence’s new film, Abigail. Supposedly a reimagining of Dracula’s Daughter, Abigail has enough of its own spirit to divorce itself almost completely from its origins thanks to Radio Silence’s beyond-dark sense of humor and […]
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Apr 13 2024

Damaged : Movie Review

The trouble with David Fincher’s seminal 1995 horror thriller Se7en is that it spawned all the knockoffs. Its “serial killer taunts detectives” trope isn’t a new thing by any stretch of the imagination (reminder: Se7en was only four years separated from another linchpin detective procedural, The Silence of the Lambs), but in the words of […]
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Apr 11 2024

Sting : Movie Review

Full disclosure: I’m an arachnophobe. Straight up. Yes, I understand their importance in the food chain, and hooray for them eating mosquitoes and all, but small or large, spiders to me just… euuughhh. So, how was Kiah Roache-Turner’s Sting for me? Honestly, fairly enjoyable while tweaking discomfort levels up just enough maintain a steady atmosphere […]
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Mar 29 2024

Dogman : Movie Review

The best that can be said about Luc Besson’s Dogman is that it keeps your attention. Starting in medias res and looping back from past to present, at least there’s enough there to make you want to see what happens next. Now, whether you can hang with weirdness for weirdness’ sake and veer wildly along […]
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Mar 27 2024

Restore Point (Bod obnovy) : Movie Review

Available in the UK on Digital Download from 1st April; pre-order available at iTunes and Amazon. You know how sometimes, you’re watching a movie and you feel like you’ve seen it done before, but there’s enough of a new spin given to it that makes it feel fresh and vital? I got that same feeling from […]
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