Crime
 
 

“Lake Bodom” Tackles A True-Crime Story With A Gruesome Tale Of Its Own

p Campground slashers are one of the more common horror sub-genre films. They have been done every way imaginable, and continue to produce mixed results for horror fans. For every Sleepaway camp there are a dozen Blair Witch Pr...
 
7.0

“Body” Is A Thriller That’s Worth It’s Weight In Corpses

If you are a fan of indie film, you’ve probably noticed that most of your favorite films come from a small handful of production studios. A24 has been dominating the indie scene for the last few years, with an abundance o...
 
6.3

Netflix Recommendation: “Message From the King”

Director Fabrice du Welz has been on my list of intriguing filmmakers, since back in 2005 when I saw his disturbing, backwoods thriller “Calvaire”. I always respect any director who doesn’t pull any punches, w...
 
6.8

“Free Fire” Is A Creative Shoot-Em-Up Style Comedy

Ben Wheatley (High-Rise, Kill List, Sightseers) is no stranger to creating quirky characters that are dropped into extraordinary situations. With his most recent film, “Free Fire”, it’s more of the same from t...
 
8.3

“In the Radiant City” Boasts Powerful Performances And An Emotional Ending

People returning home, to face deep, dark family issues from the past, has long been a staple in the indie film world. That is probably due, in large part, to the fact that it is relatable for many people. We all, at some point...
 
6.8

Throwback Thursday Review: “The Roaring Twenties”

At the end of World War I, America entered an era of violence that was brought on by economic collapse and the enactment of prohibition. Millions of people lost their livelihoods and their homes, and were not allowed (legally a...
 
8.5