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’71

 Reviewer: Lisa Fontaine Embroiled in near-apocalyptic nihilism newcomer Yann Demange’s ’71 could be set in the seventh circle of Hell; instead conflict scarred Belfast is the backdrop for this political action/thriller complet...
 
 
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Found. – micro-budget horror that hit’s the nail on the… uh… head

Written by: Todd Rigney (Novel) and Scott Schirmer (Screenplay) Directed by: Scott Schirmer Starring: Gavin Brown, Ethan Philbeck, Phyliss Munro, and Louie Lawless Marty (Brown) is a young man who’s life is not exactly de...
 
 
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Extraterrestrial – One hell of a ride

Written by: Colin Minihan and Stuart Ortiz (The vicious brothers) Directed by: Colin Minihan Starring: Brittany Allen, Freddie Stroma, Melanie Papalia, Jesse Moss, Anja Savcic, Emily Perkins, Gil Bellows, and Michael Ironside I...
 

 
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Open Windows – A great idea made into an okay movie

Written and directed by: Nacho Vigalando Starring: Elijah Wood, Sasha Grey, and Neil Maskell I went into “Open Windows” with pretty high expectations. Nacho Vigalando, who both wrote and directed, blew me away with ...
 
 
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Honeymoon – a great claustrophobic indie thriller

Written by: Phil Graziadei and Leigh Janiak Directed by: Leigh Janiak Starring: Rose Leslie and Harry Treadaway It is quite an accomplishment to succeed in making an original movie in any genre. When you do so in the horror/thr...
 
 
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Harlequin – A great little short film by Tara Alexis

Tara Alexis is an up and coming writer/director who is currently competing in “Project Greenlight”. Watch her short film “Harlequin” here
 

 
Drama
 

Borgman – “Biblical symbolism abounds in this unsettling descent into madness”

Written and directed by: Alex Van Warmerdam Starring: Jan Bijvoet, Hadewych Minis, Jeroen Perceval, and Sara Hjort Ditlevsen “Borgman” opens to three men going on a hunt together. Notably, one of the men is a priest...