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‘Prevenge’ Is All About Postpartum Depression and Murder

Ruth is seven months pregnant, and has spent seven months being a widow. Her husband died in a rock climbing accident, but Ruth and her unborn daughter — who is telling her what to do from the womb — don’t bel...
 
8.0

“68 Kill” Is A Woman-Fueled Bloodbath

“A woman calling the shots. I like it. If you ask me, there should be a few more of us in the world” – Liza   Women, murder, sex, guns, and comedy. Five words that perfectly sum up Trent Haaga’s new...
 
7.0

“Pilgrimage” Is A Decent Sword-And-Sandle Adventure

I have a soft spot in my heart, for the sword-and-sandle epic. The emotional struggle of the hero, the sprawling landscapes and battlefields, and the brutality of ancient hand-to-hand combat have all yielded some classic films,...
 
6.5

Netflix Recommendation: “The Transfiguration”

Milo (Eric Ruffin) has an obsession with vampires. Films, like Nosferatu and Let the Right One In, fill his bookshelves and his thoughts. His interest in vampires goes far beyond that, though. He has taken to identifying as one...
 
8.0

“The Tribe” Takes A Bleak Look At A Horrifyingly Possible, Post-Apocalyptic Future

Never let anyone in. That is the single rule Jenny (Jessica Rothe) and her sisters, Sarah (Anne Winters) and Danika (Chloe Beth Jones), were given by their father before he took his own life. It is following that rule that has ...
 
6.5

“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