This review contains some minor SPOILERS!
I Kill Giants, directed by Anders Walter, was a film that I think needed to find some lighter moments in its character’s adventures, rather than being a film that emotionally beats you down to the point where you have nothing left to give. There is a powerful story in, I Kill Giants, but I think some creative decisions unfortunately led to this film not delivering on the poignant story / message that it was trying to explore. Let’s make our way into the review and see if there are any redeeming qualities that make this a film worth seeing. Read more
Sweet Virginia, directed by Jamie M. Dagg, offers a small, contained, but well told story that at times is infused with an unnerving tension and undertones of something sinister, while at other times it was harmfully slow and a little too dower. It struggles to find a balance that then makes for an experience that is always engaging, but when it’s at its best there’s certainly something that pulls you in. Is it enough though? I hope to discover the answer to that question through my review, so let’s get to it. Read more
Green Room, written and directed by Jeremy Saulnier, is a completely dominating experience. The word that embodies this film is tension; this film will have you utterly uncomfortable and never wanting to look away. I at times was horrified by the images on the screen, and still never wanted to avert my attention away from a film that pulls you in and holds you there. There are some interesting things to talk about, so let’s get this review underway. Read more