Film Review: A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE (2010)

Film Review: A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE (2010)

Aug 24, 2018

IMDb: A Horrible Way to Die (2010) Director: Adam Wingard Stars: AJ Bowen, Amy Seimetz, Joe Swanberg With a name like A Horrible Way To Die you may well be expecting one of two things. Either you think you are going to see some gratuitous torture movie, or a cheery feel good extravaganza. Well, believe it or not you don’t get either of these, with of course me...

Film Review: WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN (2011)

Film Review: WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN (2011)

Aug 14, 2016

We Need To Talk About Kevin (2011) Review by Jude Felton The nature versus nurture debate, regarding human behavior, has raged on for years. Are people molded by external influences or are they born the way that they are? It is a debate that will no doubt continue for many more years to come. The film We Need to Talk about Kevin delves into this, and raises as...

Film Review: THE WOMAN (2011)

Film Review: THE WOMAN (2011)

Aug 13, 2016

The Woman (2011) Review by Jude Felton The Woman was the eagerly anticipated collaboration between author Jack Ketchum and director Lucky McGee. The movie that stirred up a monumental pot of shit, thanks mainly to a looney at the Sundance Film Festival crying about it, which in turn helped the publicity department to no end. If you haven’t seen this...

Film Review: DEAR GOD NO! (2011)

Film Review: DEAR GOD NO! (2011)

Jul 7, 2016

Not so long ago I found myself dealing with Nuns of the nude persuasion, which wasn’t an altogether horrific experience if I must say so myself. In the opening scenes of Dear God No! we get assaulted with Nuns in a far less comfortable predicament. Suffice to say that they don’t fair too well, which would be a mild understatement, and this really sets the tone...

Film Review: SNOWTOWN (2011)

Film Review: SNOWTOWN (2011)

Jun 7, 2016

Over the years many of my favorite films have been Australian. The Skinhead drama Romper Stomper from 1992, 1988’s brutal prison flick Ghosts of the Civil Dead, the stunning Western, The Proposition and most recently 2008’s The Horseman are all films that have taken a familiar genre, whether it be a revenge flick or Western and put their own distinctive spin on...

Film Review: JUNKIE (2012)

Film Review: JUNKIE (2012)

Jun 6, 2016

When you think of the films directed by Adam Mason, you probably think of dark horror movies such as Broken, the excellent Blood River or even the one take tour de force, Pig. You probably aren’t thinking comedy, yet this is exactly what his latest directorial outing is, although this isn’t your typical comedy. Instead, JUNKIE is a comedy with a black heart and...