26 Apr 2018

FILM REVIEW: INK

INK is the directorial debut from Toronto’s Ashlea Wessel.  Wessel is no stranger to being behind the camera as she is a renowned and highly sought out photographer.  I was familiar with her work prior to INK and that is what initially got me excited about the film.  I have

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24 Apr 2018

FILM REVIEW: THE FAMILY WAY : COMING HOME

As a fan of all things serial killer I was intrigued by the synopsis of this short film. It’s a take on the “hunter becomes the hunted” tale which if executed well can create great tension and draw out some really strong performances. Building tension is tough to do in

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23 Apr 2018

FILM REVIEW: PORCELAIN STARE

I recently had the opportunity to screen Robin Rippmann’s short film PORCELAIN STARE, which comes to us all the way from Switzerland. I will be the first to admit that I have seen thousands upon thousands of horror films, and this is probably the first Swiss horror film I’ve seen.

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20 Apr 2018

FILM REVIEW: GHOST STORIES

GHOST STORIES is the latest addition to the ever popular anthology sub-genre. The format for this type of film is comprised of a few short films, sometimes with a common thread (0r not), segmented by a wraparound portion that acts as the intro, chapter dividers and the conclusion. Sometimes the

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11 Apr 2018

FILM REVIEW: MARROWBONE

I’m exposed to a lot of movie critiques and strong opinions. I’ve seen how one person can love a movie while the next tears it down completely. The interpretation of MARROWNBONE could go both ways. For me,  I have to say MARROWBONE was entertaining, unexpected and expertly executed. Naturally, I try to predict

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