For Him opens on Her (Kathryn O’Reilly) painting her nails red. There’s something precise and calculated about her movements. Her face is drawn, serious, like she’s preparing for battle. This… Read More »Short Film Review: For Him
*** Content Warning: contains some pretty extreme subject matter *** On a Monday evening, in between episodes of whatever HBO show I was watching that night, an Instagram account that… Read More »Short Film Review: Seed
Writer / Director Luana Di Pasquale serves up a compact, clever and haunting little tale with Keep Mum. This psychological piece applies the adage of ‘less is more’ perfectly, and… Read More »Short Film Review: Keep Mum
Confusion and misdirection are as sharp an instrument in the horror director’s tool bag as any other, more dizzying and memorable than another severed limb or gory-gutting by an enraged… Read More »Short Film Review: House Of Lexi
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