“The Girl in the Photographs” Review

March 31, 2016 Blair Hoyle

It takes a few mere seconds for Nick Simon’s The Girl in the Photographs to grab your attention. The all-too-familiar Britney (Christy Carlson Romano) and Janet (Katharine Isabelle) walk out of a grindhouse-y movie theater and […]

“Darling” Review

March 31, 2016 Blair Hoyle

Taking clear inspiration from Roman Polanski’s Apartment Trilogy, Mickey Keating’s psychological horror tale Darling is a stylish piece of cinema with a spooky atmosphere. Presented in glorious, glossy black and white, the film follows a young woman […]

New Trailer Receives “The Offering”

March 31, 2016 Blair Hoyle

Singapore-set supernatural thriller The Offering has received an official trailer ahead of its theatrical release this spring, and it delivers plenty of paranormal frights. Featuring some familiar television stars in the lead roles, the film […]

BUFF 2016: “Chasing Banksy” Review

March 29, 2016 Blair Hoyle

When it comes to exploitation cinema, Frank Henenlotter is one of the most iconic directors in the game. Responsible for films like Frankenhooker, Brain Damage, and the Basket Case trilogy, Henenlotter has worked almost exclusively in […]

BUFF 2016: “Cash Only” Review

March 28, 2016 Blair Hoyle

Desperate men aren’t hard to find in genre cinema, and desperate men going above and beyond in order to protect someone they love is one of the most compelling story arcs imaginable. Despite its conventionality, […]

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