Felt is a captivating journey that forces the viewer to consider the perspective of a challenging character.
It’s a conundrum, but a consistently approachable one.
Almost unbearably bleak, Dead Ringers is an endurance test – just not in the way most Cronenberg faithful will expect.
Sun Choke is a horror film hiding behind the mask of an extremely efficient suspense thriller.
I viewed Arrival on November 20, and am still not sure how I feel about it.
Ballard creates cold, sterile worlds that are driven by concepts instead of characters, but he’s strong enough a writer that his narratives thrive with intellectual possibility as a result.
“What Have You Done to Solange?” unspools a continuous pretzel-twist of a narrative, but its greatest asset may be how plausible it all feels.
There is a point near the end of the clumsily-titled Punk’s Dead: SLC Punk 2 where our band of road (and robo)-trippin’ misfits find themselves at a show… Read more ““Punk’s Dead: SLC Punk 2” (2016): Selling Out or Buying In?”
As far as the plot goes, House on Sorority Row did it first, and with a more endearing bizarro spirit.
As the poster art above attests, Lars von Trier’s ANTICHRIST has been a sort of Rorschach test for film critics and cinephiles since its controversial premiere at… Read more “Terror Tuesday: “Antichrist” (2009, dir. Lars von Trier)”