Indie

  • MINDHORN – Review ***

    The 80s are definitely hip again. Either that, or there’s some kind of underground cult that forces filmmakers to do something on the decade before...

  • METAMORPHOSES – Review ****

    Christophe Honoré is considered by many as the true heir of the French New Wave – maybe because he started as a film critic at...

  • DARK NIGHT – Review **

    If the title didn’t give it away for you, Tim Sutton’s Dark Night is loosely based on the cinema shooting at Aurora, Colorado, in 2012,...

  • REAL BOY – Review ****

    “I am literally a boy with the wrong body parts”, says protagonist Bennett at some point, trying exasperatedly to explain to his mother why he...

  • RAW – Review ****

    Things are looking yummy for director Julia Ducournau. A few years after her short Junior won the Small Golden Rail at Cannes, her first feature,...

  • WHO’S GONNA LOVE ME NOW – Review ***

                The Heymann brothers – Barak and Tomer –have been directing documentaries for quite a while (you may have come across them in 2015 with...

  • BEASTER BUNNY – Review ****

    If you ever wondered what shlockfest means, we have the film for you. Some call it the best Easter Horror film. We go further –...

  • Get Out – Review *****

    There’s no premise more horrifying than meeting your partner’s parents for the first time. The instant classic Get Out, of 100% Rotten Tomatoes fame, takes...

  • The Eyes of My Mother – Review ****

      Atmospheric horror has been doing a comeback in the last few years, but writer/director Nicolas Pesce’s debut feature, The Eyes of My Mother, is...

  • Certain Women – Review ****

                 Those familiar with the previous work of writer/director Kelly Reichardt know she doesn’t care for over the top narrative arcs – her films are...