[Fantastic Fest 2021] Destructive Privatisation of Nature & Soul in LUZIFER

Peter Brunner’s LUZIFER explores the privatisation and destruction of nature, alongside the spiritual privatisation and destruction of a mother’s son.

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Chambers – Season 1, Episode 5: “Murder on My Mind”

Sasha finds out more about Elliott and his sister, though not all is as it seems.

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What if Nietzsche Sucked Blood?— Morality in Abel Ferrara’s THE ADDICTION

Abel Ferrara’s THE ADDICTION is a philosophical vampire film about choosing good over evil— and vice versa.

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TRAINSPOTTING; Or, Renton’s Divine Comedy

A trip into TRAINSPOTTING is like diving into the landscape of Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy, one rung of hell at a time.

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HUNTING PIGNUT: Breaking Cycles in Contemporary Newfoundland

HUNTING PIGNUT is writer-director-editor Martine Blue’s debut feature film, and it is beautifully raw.

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The Dark Half: One Part King, One Part Romero Equals a Sweet Bit of Horror

The Dark Half. 1993. Directed & Written by George A. Romero; based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name. Starring Timothy Hutton, Amy Madigan, Michael Rooker, Julie Harris, Robert Joy, Kent Broadhurst, Beth Grant, Rutanya Alda, Tom Mardirosian, Larry John Meyers, Patrick Brannan, Royal Dano, Glenn Colerider, Sarah Parker, & Elizabeth Parker. Orion Pictures.Continue reading “The Dark Half: One Part King, One Part Romero Equals a Sweet Bit of Horror”

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