Category: Thriller

Total 15 Posts

‘No Exit’ Review: A Tight And Entertaining Snowbound Thriller

The new film “No Exit” is the kind of snowbound claustrophobic thriller that works very well due to a small and committed cast and the filmmaker’s sharp attention to an ever-building intensity, from which the audience will be allowed no

Sundance 2022: ‘Emily the Criminal’- Film Review

Sundance 2022 Premiere: “Emily the Criminal” Aubrey Plaza and Theo Rossi do excellent work headlining writer/director John Patton Ford’s intense character study, “Emily the Criminal”. Ford has crafted a tale very much of our times. A tale of never-ending debt

Sundance 2022: ‘God’s Country’- Film Review

Sundance 2022 Premiere- “God’s Country” On a surface level, Director Julian Higgins’ “God’s Country” might give the impression that it is to be a cat and mouse thriller. By saying it is far from it and much more than that,

‘Motherly’: A Taut Thriller Anchored By Its Two Leads

Motherly is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that enhances the personal drama and finds that isolation cannot save us from our past

‘Dashcam’: A Timely And Intense Paranoid Thriller

A mystery that pays homage to 70’s paranoia thrillers while telling a relevant tale of dangerous corruption in modern America

‘The Card Counter’: Fate, Redmption, And A Path To Grace

A master filmmaker’s powerful tale of heavy guilt and the path to redemtion is one of the diretor’s finest

‘Death Drop Gorgeous’: Wicked Queer Horror Goodness

A fierce and outrageous Queer Horror homage to 80’s Slasher films and Italian Giallo that is infectiously wicked and bitingly funny

‘Rust Belt Driller’: A Journey Into The Mind Of A Killer

Rust Belt Killer is a good throwback to the low budget gore films of the eary 1980s and a commentary on America’s oversaturation of violence.

“The Vast of Night” Is A Slick, Late Night Neo-Noir Sci-Fi Flick

The Vast of Night Directed by Andrew Patterson Written by James Montague and Craig W. Sanger Starring Sierra McCormick, Jake Horowitz, Gail Cronauer, Bruce Davis, Greg Peyton Premiering at Slamdance 2019, Andrew Patterson’s “The Vast of Night” is one of

“The Good Liar”

As the opening credits to “The Good Liar” roll across the screen, a typewriter font scrolling each credit, director Bill Condon inserts flashes of two people filling out an online dating profile. We quickly realize he is setting the stage