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I.S.S. (Movie Review)

Perhaps best known for the tension-inducing 2013 documentary film Blackfish, Director Gabriela Cowperthwaite returns with yet another one guaranteed to have audiences biting their nails. This time though, rather than a documentary, Cowperthwaite has turned her hand to Sci-Fi with space set Thriller I.S.S. First premiering ... Read More
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Mayhem! (Movie Review)

Whilst its title might suggest utter carnage from the outset, Mayhem! actually begins as a much more quiet and contemplative affair. In theaters and available for rent as of January 5, 2024 through IFC Films, Xavier Gens’ (Hitman 2007, Cold Skin 2017) new Action Thriller follows kickboxer ... Read More
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The Human Trap (Movie Review)

South Korea’s Lee Moon-young turns his hand to Horror for his feature directorial debut The Human Trap. Originally released in 2021, but debuting on Amazon Prime and other VOD/Streaming Platforms January 12, 2024 through Cinephobia Releasing, the film follows two young couples who decide to ... Read More
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Hellhounds (Movie Review)

Better known for his writing, Robert Conway (The Covenant 2017, Eminence Hill 2019) turns his attention to the mythical for his feature length directorial debut Hellhounds. Set for digital release on January 9, 2024 through Uncork’d Entertainment, the story follows The ‘Hell Hounds’ who are ... Read More
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Raging Grace (Movie Review)

Inspired by his anger and infuriation at how migrants are treated in Britain, Writer/Director Paris Zarcilla explores the migrant experience in his debut feature Raging Grace. A Sociopolitical Thriller, the film was the winner of SXSW’s narrative grand jury award – the first ever British ... Read More
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The Oath (Movie Review)

Thirteen years in the making, The Oath is the writing/directing feature debut of Actor Darin Scott (Halloweentown High 2004, 127 Hours 2010). Having himself played Jesus in a number of films, Scott is no stranger to religious inspired filmmaking. So, it is no great surprise ... Read More