Against all odds, Father Gore gives you 50(+) of his favourite films this decade had to offer.
A heavy dose of Father Gore's favourite films released in 2019
Anger and pain can either help us overcome our monsters, or transform us into them.
Move in, they said! The rent is great, they said! Lose your identity, they said!
A house is not a home when there's nothing but pain inside its walls.
Tony D'Aquino's film cleverly uses fairy tale and Greek myth to turn a slasher flick's Final Girl into something bigger.
Precious Chong and Alex Essoe go head-to-head in a dark satire of gender roles and postmodern loneliness.
Adam Dick explores the consequences of bullying and victimhood through a teacher who'll go to dangerous lengths to protect vulnerable students.
William McGregor serves a double dose of history and feminist horror with a tale of the Industrial Revolution in Wales.
Ulaa Salim's film is a disturbing and shocking look at right-wing extremism— a necessary tale in 2019.
Michihito Fujii ruminates on how capitalism destroys good people, and whether revenge is just or simply salt in a perpetual wound.
Sarah Bolger gives a fierce performance that subverts the typically patriarchal revenge tale