Tag Archives: Drama
Ever since I started reviewing films for this site, I’ve been afforded countless opportunities to learn about and watch many films that I would otherwise be completely unaware of. This isn’t always a great thing because, as we all know, not all movies are created equal. With that said, there are in fact many amazing flicks out there that deserve to reach a wider audience. One of those is Felix Randau’s Iceman.
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The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot Review
More often than not, the title of a film is usually a pretty good indication of what you’re getting yourself into. If words like “slaughter” or “massacre” appear anywhere, it’s pretty safe to put your money on it being a rather bloody affair. When you have a title like Robert D. Krzykowski’s latest film, however, things aren’t quite as they clear. The title that I am referring to is The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then Bigfoot.
Last Girl Standing Review
All [good] slasher movies have them. The them I’m referring to is, of course, the sole survivor, the last one left, the final girl. The trope of the ‘final girl’ has been explored more deeply in recent years with films like Final Girl and The Final Girls, both appropriately named, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t more to be done with the idea. That’s exactly what director Ben Moody wanted to show us horror fans with his feature film, [...]
Sometimes the films that depict events that can actually happen are more horrifying than the most gory of underground horror cinema. They may not be as grisly or anywhere near as explicit, but real-life events can cause real-life emotions from viewers. Thus is the case with Jamie M. Dagg’s crime thriller, River.
American doctor, John Lake (Rossif Sutherland, Hellions), is taking a much-needed holiday from his clinic in southern Laos. After an alcohol-filled night leads him to intervene [...]
Artsploitation Films has a knack for releasing some very interesting films, many of which I would never even hear about if it weren’t for the indie studio’s distribution. There are plenty of films in the catalog I have yet to see, but the ones I have had the pleasure of viewing have all been entertaining in their own unique way. While it isn’t my favorite of the bunch, Raphael Neal’s Fever is no different in its uniqueness and originality.
Child 44 Review
I’m not sure what the determining factor is when it comes to which films end up shown in movie theaters around the world or just receive home releases, but it is my fear that there are tons of brilliant movies that are going unnoticed by the general public. One of the latest of these brilliant pieces is Daniel Espinosa’s drama thriller, Child 44.
After refusing to denounce his wife, Raisa (Noomi Rapace, Prometheus), as a traitor, secret agent [...]