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.
Yakuza Princess never does enough to earn the throne.
Car chases. Shootouts. Brutal fights, many of them between multiple adversaries wielding clubs, knives and all sorts of slice-and-dice weaponry. It’s all here, and every bit is glorious.
Tailgate introduces a villainous stalker for the ages, and the next time I’m behind the wheel I’ll be on my best behavior just to play it safe.
When talking about An Unquiet Grave it’s best to be as vague as possible.
hris Baugh’s raucous Boys from County Hell is a delightfully goofy horror-comedy filled with its fair share of blood and guts.
The first narrative feature to be allowed to shoot inside the Olympic Athletes Village, Olympic Dreams is a strong, emotionally-pure indie drama that took my breath away.