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Jul 3 2020

Homewrecker (2020) – Movie Review

There’s no question: Homewrecker is one of the most uncomfortable movies you’ll ever see. So much so, I had to watch parts of it through my peripheral vision. The thing is, nothing violent was happening during those scenes where I had to look away. It was an involuntary reaction to Precious Chong’s absolutely unhinged and […]
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Jun 16 2020

Driven (2020) – Movie Review

Sometimes, you have to take a low-budget production as simply that – a piece of work constrained by time, scheduling, access to locations or assets, and the willingness for its participants to go all-in on the project. Driven is a fun, charming, and hilarious example of making the most out of what’s at hand, even […]
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Sep 10 2019

Hellmington (2019) – Movie Review

Hellmington – stylized as HELLmington in early press materials – is a mixed bag. By no means is one to expect a well-polished indie thriller, but one also doesn’t expect the gritty story out of a low-budget affair like this. The effort put forth by fledgling filmmakers Justin Hewitt-Drakulic, Alex Lee Williams, and their entire […]
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Mar 6 2019

The Cannibal Club

The poster art for The Cannibal Club makes the film look like a demented horror flick about meetings between wealthy men where the main course is long pig. Yes, there is one scene in which matches this picture, but truly, the film’s horror lies in its satirical – yet often on-the-nose – insight on how […]
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Apr 9 2017

Bethany

What do you do when you appreciate the heights to which a director aspires, but the finished film falls short of the mark? That’s how Bethany comes across; you can understand what director James Cullen Bressack is trying to achieve with his stream-of-consciousness journey into the psychological terror of his subjects. However, the result feels […]
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