Lily winds up in trouble. Strange things are found at Dorothy’s old place.
LET THE RIGHT ONE IN tells the beautiful and melancholy tale of growing up left to one’s own devices.
Sean Baker’s latest feature explores the socioeconomic divide sitting right on the doorstep of your favourite family vacation spot.
A tricky little slasher, featuring a teeny Brooke Shields, that takes Roman Catholicism by the balls – and starts hacking!
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”
For Min Brors Skyld (English title: For My Brother). 2014. Directed & Written by Brian Bang. Starring Elias Munk, Christopher Friis Jensen, Allan Karlsen, Frank Schiellerup, Oliver Bjørnholdt Spottag, Tina Nørby, Frederik Ingemann Brandt, Lara León, Marie Louise Lund Jensen, Kit Langberg Rasmussen, William Gaarde, Robin Koch, Oliver Skou, Dorte Evalyn Evon, & Tobias Hyttel. Bang Entertainment.Continue reading “For My Brother is a Harrowing, Honest Perspective on Systemic Child Abuse”
David Slade’s HARD CANDY is a tough walk over a thin line of morality
A man tracks down the one who brutally hurt his daughter.
Poker Night. 2014. Dir. Greg Francis. Screenplay by Dough Buchanan & Francis. Starring Beau Mirchoff, Ron Perlman, Titus Welliver, Halston Sage, Ron Eldard, Corey Large, Giancarlo Esposito, and Michael Eklund. XLrator Media. Not Rated. 104 minutes. Action/Crime/Thriller ★★★★ I’d anticipated this movie just because of the trailer. Now, sometimes this can come back to biteContinue reading “Not Everyone’s Cut Out for POKER NIGHT”