Swallow

Final Girls Film Festival – ‘Swallow’ Review: Revolution Comes From Within

Carlo Mirabella-Davis’s thriller Swallow is a twisted cake that never feels regurgitated from other genre projects

Review: ‘Villains’ is a Black Comedy-Thriller-Romance With A Heart of Gold

‘Villains’ allows four underrated actors to play a game of cat-and-mouse in a thriller with a surprising amount of heart.

‘Somebody’s Darling’ Shows Promise, But Ultimately Falls Flat

Set in 2006, Somebody’s Darling takes place on a university campus and centers on a fraternity house that throws posh cocktail parties instead of keggers. The frat brothers put on an air … Continue reading ‘Somebody’s Darling’ Shows Promise, But Ultimately Falls Flat

‘Buster’s Mal Heart’: Rami Malek Shines in Surreal But Broken Thriller

Anyone who watches Mr. Robot knows how hypnotic Rami Malek’s presence can be. He’s mastered an aura of complicated blankness, his glinting, buggy eyes set deep in his flatly inexpressive face. … Continue reading ‘Buster’s Mal Heart’: Rami Malek Shines in Surreal But Broken Thriller

The Mixed Sense: Stylish Lavender clings to the familiar with creepy amnesiac tale

Ed Gass-Donnelly’s got style and atmosphere to burn, that’s for sure. In the opening moments of his new elegiac horror-thriller Lavender, we track into a frozen tableau of police investigating a grim … Continue reading The Mixed Sense: Stylish Lavender clings to the familiar with creepy amnesiac tale

Biff Bam Pop’s Alien Invasion rolls camera on Super 8

When the trailer for JJ Abrams’ Super 8 first hit the public eye, everything about it seemed so mysterious. It appeared as a sort of supernatural film, but it was … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Alien Invasion rolls camera on Super 8

Marie Gilbert’s Review of 10 Cloverfield Lane

I never got to see the first Cloverfield film in the Cloverfield franchise, but I’m not a big fan of “found footage” types of film; they give me motion sickness. … Continue reading Marie Gilbert’s Review of 10 Cloverfield Lane