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Movie Review: Cheap Thrills (2014)
4 years ago

Movie Review: Cheap Thrills (2014)

Quite often indie films sneak up on you and blow your socks off. Cheap Thrills had a heap of buzz from various film festivals and sometimes that sets expectations too high. Cheap Thrills not only meets those expectations but then goes beyond them, in what is surely one of the sickest morality tales in a long time.

Movie Review: Grand Piano (2014)
4 years ago

Movie Review: Grand Piano (2014)

Grand Piano plays like a more mobile and less frantic Phone Booth. Eschewing the ‘punishing the wicked’ modus operandi from Phone Booth, it does keep the same kind of tension. However, to compare the two films is a bit unfair as the films are vastly different, but have the one common element tying them together.

Movie Review: Her (2013)
4 years ago

Movie Review: Her (2013)

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In an increasingly connected world, the complex and difficult idea of relationships, love and identity come under new and varied stresses and contexts. In his new film, Her, director Spike Jonze brings us a melancholic view of modern love in a (slightly) futuristic setting.

Movie: Lloyd the Conqueror (2011)
4 years ago

Movie: Lloyd the Conqueror (2011)

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Low budget comedies are a hit and miss affair. In this indie effort set in the world of LARPing, it might not just be the characters shouting ‘hit’ or ‘miss’. Three friends, in typical student fashion, have failed to fulfil their course requirements, so they find themselves needing to beg for mercy from their college Professor…

Movie: Sleepwalk With Me (2012)
4 years ago

Movie: Sleepwalk With Me (2012)

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Life is hard when you’re a struggling comedian, have relationship issues, and are trying to find meaning in your existence. It gets harder when you start sleepwalking and things begin to take a strange turn towards the bizarre.

Movie Review: Red Flag (2012)
5 years ago

Movie Review: Red Flag (2012)

After a recent break up, pretentious filmmaker Alex (Alex Karpovsky) takes his independent film on tour. Hoping to escape the pain of his breakup, he invites a friend with him Henry (Onur Tukel) after meeting a big fan cum stalker the ridiculously named River (Jennifer Prediger), Alex’s world takes a number of twists and turns…

Review: Locke and Key, Omega #3
5 years ago

Review: Locke and Key, Omega #3

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Locke & Key might be the single best comic book on the stands right now  – a roiling, captivating puzzlebox/family drama/supernatural generational struggle. If you’re a fan of King, Barker, Gaiman, …
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Geek Start a Go Go: Zombie Hunter

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Zombie Hunter is a full-length independent feature film. “It started out as an idea to make a low-budget movie that we could get excited about, put our …
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