“We love that in our movies you can find a subtext. You can find more things when you watch a second time.”
– Fernando González Gómez
The gleefully anarchic and exuberantly pitch-black The Passenger is a dangerously nasty horror comedy that got under my skin.
Emergency rages against the status quo with fiery imagination and shrewdly perceptive resolve, it’s screeching tires of revolution a clarion call of societal change viewers should take the time to listen to.
Themes revolving around personal self-discovery are universal in their eerie effectiveness, and there were multiple moments where I saw myself in the main character, a quiet shiver cascading down my spine every time.
“You could say this story is very much about the inability to simply just be upfront and honest. I think that’s something to think about. I love how that kind of becomes more meaningful as things go on.”
– David Verbeek
Dead & Beautiful has bite, and in this instance that’s enough to warrant a look.
V/H/S/94 is a gruesomely disquieting good time. I loved it.
“I wanted to make something entertaining, but a film that also resonates emotionally.”
– Ruth Platt
Martyrs Lane walks down its own unique moonlit path with imaginative determination.