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Movie Review: The Unseen (2017)

A sheep in wolf’s clothing — by which I mean a B-movie in Euro-arthouse clothing — The Unseen shoulders its way into the dynasty of slow-burn horror films about middle class parents escaping to some distant place to cope with the grief of losing a child. Writer-director Gary Sinyor has a history of lightweight rom-coms…

Movie Review: Don’t Breathe (2016)

Don’t Breathe opens with a floating aerial shot over a picturesque neighborhood street. Birds chirp happily as the sun warms the trees and houses with a golden glow. From behind, we approach a man walking down this quiet street, and we discover with horror that he’s dragging something behind him — the body of a…

Movie Review: Imagine (2012)

“Whoever you are: Step out in the evening from your room where all is known to you; your house is just this side of great distances” – Rilke French Novelist Marcel Proust said, “The real voyage of discovery lies in not seeing new landscapes but in having new eyes.” Andrzej Jakimowski’s Imagine, a film about…

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