Cannibalism, incest, and misogyny; oh, my!
Religious miracles and religious divides are happening on Crockett Island.
Amber Sealey’s NO MAN OF GOD explores the corrosiveness of being in close proximity to Ted Bundy through FBI Agent Bill Hagmaier.
Travis Stevens delivers another fantastic film, once again using horror (and this time a lot of camp!) to get at the heart of issues that affect women.
The neighbours are a terror. Merry f*@$ing Christmas.
If evil exists, it doesn’t matter whether you believe in it or not— it’ll still find you, one way or another.
MOUNTAINTOP MOTEL MASSACRE’s a mess. But a creepy one about the horrors of neglected mental illness.
DELIVER US FROM EVIL is a Greek tragedy as much as it is a neo-noir about morality and the misuse of faith.
This is not for the fainthearted. However, if you want to see a compelling, though disturbing, look at the misogyny inherent in Roman Catholicism: press play, if you dare.
Let Us Prey. 2014. Directed by Brian O’Malley. Screenplay by David Cairns & Fiona Watson. Starring Liam Cunningham, Pollyanna McIntosh, Bryan Larkin, Hanna Stanbridge, Douglas Russell, Niall Greig Fulton, and Jonathan Watson. Creative Scotland/Fantastic Films/Greenhouse Media Investment/Irish Film Board/Makar Productions. Rated 18A. 92 minutes. Horror/Thriller ★★★1/2 “And if the devil is six, then god isContinue reading “Let Us Prey: An Atmospheric Religious Discussion”
Monty Python’s 1979 classic, LIFE OF BRIAN, which takes aim at the Roman Catholic Church specifically, & the history of Jesus Christ.
Nothing Bad Can Happen. 2014. Directed & Written by Katrin Gebbe. Starring Julius Feldmeier, Sascha Alexander Gersak, and Annika Kuhl. Celluloid Dreams. Not Rated. 110 minutes. Drama/Thriller ★★★★1/2 While I usually try not to go too deep into personal theories of a movie, if it appears to me as metaphorical, Nothing Bad Can Happen feels veryContinue reading “NOTHING BAD CAN HAPPEN’s Religious Parable”