The Quarry’s only just mediocre, but still has important things it’s trying to say.
A woman meets a man after they talk online, but she can’t seem to figure out anything real about him.
One of his best, Friedkin’s BUG is an exploration of the toxicity in co-dependency, that darker side of romance.
Not often do we get a Civil War-era horror story. Screenwriter Simon Barrett pens this fascinating indie crossing supernatural horror with a tale of the South, slavery, robbers and gold.
The Woodsman. 2004. Directed by Nicole Kassell. Screenplay by Kassell & Steven Fechter; based on the play by Fechter. Starring Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgwick, Eve, Mos Def, David Alan Grier, Michael Shannon, & Benjamin Bratt. Dash Films/Lee Daniels Entertainment. Rated 14A. 87 minutes. Drama ★★★★★ Films concerning the themes of child abuse and paedophilia canContinue reading “The Woodsman Tackles a Difficult Subject with Grace”
Midnight Special. 2016. Directed & Written by Jeff Nichols. Starring Michael Shannon, Joel Edgerton, Kirsten Dunst, Jaeden Lieberher, Adam Driver, Bill Camp, Scott Haze, Sam Shepard, Paul Sparks, David Jensen, Sharon Landry, Dana Gourrier, Sharon Garrison, Allison King, & Sean Bridgers. Faliro House Productions/Tri-State Pictures/Warner Bros. Rated PG. 112 minutes. Adventure/Drama/Sci-Fi ★★★★★ When it comesContinue reading “Midnight Special is Emotional Sci-Fi with Action Bones”