Harpoon is a brilliant horror-comedy that will make you laugh, cringe, and shout as you are thrown around the turbulent seas of a friendship gone bad.
This take on ‘The Most Dangerous Game’ is at its best when it goes off on unexpected paths. The acting and directing are well-worth the watch.
‘Jade’s Asylum’ is a hallucinatory exploration of the title character’s mind, and a supernatural slasher that ultimately misses the mark.
‘The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil’ is a fun South Korean crime thriller that doesn’t reinvent the wheel. It’s the perfect vehicle for Don Lee’s starpower.
Knives and Skin engulfs you in a world of tragedy and grief, but is a rare film that gives you the heart of the characters and uniquely showcases them.
Armed with a keen eye for the subgenre and dreamy sensibilities of Italian horror, Tilman Singer has delivered a very smart, very entertaining entry.
‘Black Magic for White Boys’ succeeds in the way that it combines relevant political commentary, philosophical inquiry, and — well — black magic.