Unsane…hums along with an aggressively engaging energy that hooked me from the start.
I wanted to curl up and die in this beautiful, horrible world.
Chris Bickel’s indie film THE THETA GIRL is splatter gore with intelligence and a conscience.
On one level, this “Netflix original” flick seems like that proverbial “film we’ve seen before” — several times, in fact. It’s a coming-of-age-through-trial-by-fire story that’s fittingly described by cliches. On another level, but related to this one, it’s a semi-clever horror comedy. How much you’ll enjoy it depends on at what level you receive it.
A Catch in Time: Chapter One is an intriguing teaser for a work of potential greatness.
AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING falls into the category of films that really didn’t need to be a sequel. Certain movies seem as if they would have been better received if released on their own.
Difficult art doesn’t exist to be accepted and loved. It exists to exist.
I’m not sure what circumstances prompted the Twisted Pictures folks to revive their mascot…but I can’t say Jigsaw’s return isn’t timely.
As horror premises go, Flatliners is as classical as Frankenstein.
Aronofsky has created a film that posits the female as The Other – the source of all inspiration and frustration.