Deeply resonating with the morning after perils of a black-out night, Contracted speaks to anyone who is helplessly caught in a downward spiral. Where many of us have the option to take a step back, apologize for our mistakes or pretend none of it ever happened; Eric England explores within the insanely vulnerable (and insanely talented), Najarra Townsend, a very permanent problem. The beautifully tragic Contracted was my favorite of its subgenre for the year.
This afflicted love story simmers until its very last scene. I strongly advise you to sit through what you think could possibly be a predictable ending because only after watching this appropriately titled feature will you understand the true meaning of “Time”.
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The Conspiracy starts off with a very interesting premise and quickly unfolds into an engaging and mysterious cat and mouse thriller. The tension building can easily compete with viewer favorite Catfish. The trouble is that by the end of the film, the audience may lose interest enough not to care about what happens to the main character. I still consider Christopher MacBride’s first full length feature to be a noble addition to the found footage genre. Are you a found […]
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When watched closely, Home Movie is a very craftily constructed film. Cause and effect are quite deliberately left to the viewer’s imagination. Without introducing any predisposed notions of “how” and “why” or nature versus nurture, one fact that cannot be disputed is that the behavior of real-life siblings (but not twins) Amber and Austin Williams quickly escalates from somewhat bizarre to downright disturbing in the blink of an eye. If you like twisted twins, you’ll love my other recommendations all […]
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If not my favorite film of the year, Stoker at the very least, holds my favorite film scene (dare I say) of all time. Reaching a figurative and literal climax Goode and Wasikowska perform a piano duet midway through the film that made my little dolly panties fall to the floor and fly out the window. Catching the breeze, they drifted through the air with a group of autumn leaves as Philip Glass gently resonated in the background. When my […]
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As a 16 year old girl I thought Lolita was a glamorous display of a young girl being swept off her feet and being taken on a journey to travel the country side by a wise and worldly older man. I thought it courageous how Humbert stole her against all odds for a higher love which no one could (or should) ever understand. I would daydream about being whisked away from my drab nest and being shown the wonders of […]
Everyone references “head on a stick” as the most memorable scene in Greg Mclean’s Wolf Creek. I disagree. The most jarring moment of the all-too-real Outback horror was when after attempting a hasty getaway and crashing, our female victim emerges from the accident disoriented and displaced. This small detail delivers a “Holy shit you were running from the psychotic murderer, remember?” moment. Those who were paying close attention can respect the sheer anxiety and dense value this minutia held in […]
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This movie is truly for film and acting buffs. Rage boasts no bells and whistles and delivers straight acting and story-line. Lily Cole offers one of the most enchanting scenes in the movie when she brings her “face game” for a good 15-20 silent seconds demonstrating why she is currently one of the most sought after models of a new generation. I watched Rage anticipating the horror movie, Rage 2009, by Sebastian Cordero, but accidentally stumbled upon Sally Potter’s hidden […]
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I have an irrational fear of Australia. The fact that The Ruins (story based in Mexico) was actually filmed in Australia amplifies that fear. It also “ruins” that chirpie little ring tone I used to adore along with any ideas I had of off-roading on my international adventures. I treasure this film for what it is and give it much love, though the masses may not. Do put it in your queue.