film reviews as long as the films
28 February 2023
Trapped in the intersection of mental health issues, trauma-induced anxiety, and contemporary Scottish racism, Grace (Déborah Lukumuena) seeks to insulate her and her daughter Ama (Le’Shantey Bonsu) against the world outside their high-rise flat.
26 February 2023
High school is a shared nightmare. A unique subculture that most of us experienced but which we’ve forgotten the intensity of.
25 February 2023
If you’d asked me ten years ago which viral short film do you least expect to get a feature-length adaptation, I would have said SALAD FINGERS (2004) followed by MARCEL THE SHELL WITH SHOES ON (2010).
23 February 2023
There’s a huge generational divide between baby boomers who are rich in capital but emotionally immature and millennials who are poor but emotionally fortified by multiple recessions and 21st century uncertainty.
22 February 2023
An ancient horror buried deep beneath the clay of England waiting to unleash unimaginable evils from knowledges hidden for millennia in folk tales and superstitious legends.