Kate Lyn Sheil In She Dies Tomorrow (4)

She Dies Tomorrow – Review

Fear is a powerful thing. In Amy Seimetz’s weird, warped She Dies Tomorrow, it’s so powerful that it becomes contagious.  It opens with a quiet, experimental buildup. Amy (Kate Lyn Sheil) is moping...
Endings, Beginnings (Signature Entertainment, 7th August 2020) [6]

Endings, Beginnings – Review

A love triangle between a woman searching for "The One" and two men who are polar opposites may be something we’ve seen many times before, but a grounded, melancholic atmosphere and brilliantly vulnerable...
Make Up Crop

Make Up – Review

Caravan parks always make for a particularly bleak, particularly British setting. In Claire Oakley’s mysterious Make Up, the uniform white boxes stand starkly against the backdrop of grassy mounds and...
luz film review

Luz – Review

On one rainy night, a Chilean cabbie named Luz (Luana Velis) walks into a police station. At the same time, across town, psychotherapist, Dr Rossini (Jan Bluthardt), is having a drink with Nora (Julia...