Tag Archives: Film Review

Consequences (Posledice) – Review

Darko Stante’s debut feature film offers a tough exploration of repressed sexuality, masculinity and peer influence. In a confident and assured film offering a rare exploration of youth culture, sexuality and crime in Slovenia. Although carrying themes associated with coming of age and sexuality, Stante weaves a far more nuanced exploration of young people living on the verges …

Sunset – Review

László Nemes, follows the Oscar-winning Son of Saul, with a dark and mysterious costume drama set in pre-first world war Budapest. Sunset is a visual delight taking the classic costume drama and injecting it with a dose of gothic horror. While attempting to thread its story with themes of societal change and the oncoming storm …

Ma – Review

The latest addition to the Blumhouse horror stable, dovetails revenge thriller with the classic teen horror format. Creating a hybrid of themes, that at times echos 1992’s The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, and at others 1997’s I Know What You Did Last Summer. The end result is a confused film that doesn’t really know …