The Forbidden RoomMarch 26, 2016
A never-before-seen woodsman mysteriously appears aboard a submarine that’s been trapped deep under water for months with an unstable cargo. As the terrified crew make their way through the corridors of the doomed vessel, they find themselves on a voyage into the origins of their darkest fears. The Forbidden Room is a 2015 Canadian
THREE WALLS (Zaheed Mawani 2011)October 11, 2015 Respond
‘We drive to work in a box, we work in a box, we go home and watch a box and, before we know it, they bury us in a box.’ Corporate Motivational Speaker Here is a short documentary made by Canadian filmmaker Zaheed Mawani about the history of the cubicle, interviewing office workers, corporate
ART ENCOUNTERS oF tHe …wHaT kiND? [Timisoara 2015]October 9, 2015 1
Fresh from the wrap-up, I am going to review the art encounters event in Timisoara as a movie, a sub-genre movie, that could be either a horror comedy or corporate thriller. Haven’t decided yet, maybe we should do a poll. I’ve been blogging mostly on movies these years, so I decided to treat Art Encounters
PARALLELS 2015October 8, 2015 Respond
Parallels is a recent sci-fi movie based on a story by Leona and Laura Harkom. It is by all means a minor movie, maybe the least one to attract attention or enter the competition for the most innovative indie science fiction movie of the year. Nevertheless, I want to thank V Leac for pointing this
FAULTS [Riley Stearns 2014]April 17, 2015 Respond
File under: impeccable retro eerie black comedy, weird motel theophany, hypnosis binds us all, exit counsellor discovering the fierce truth about himself. This is definitely one of those movies I fear I will keep watching for decades to come again and again. It is a movie that thrives in a twilight region of deprogramming and
End of the Line [Maurice Devereaux 2007]April 16, 2015 Respond
File under: doomsday cult mayhem, subway demonology, be afraid of the beep of that incoming sms. End of the Line is a Canadian indie horror that’s not so much talked about, still I think it’s one of the best and should be paired up with Kontroll and Midnight Meat Train for a Subway Gate-to-Hell trilogy.
BLOOD FEAST [Herschell Gordon Lewis, 1963]April 16, 2015 Respond
It is a rare and holy (Easter) occasion to offer a sneak bloody review into a movie such as Blood Feast. Hershell Gordon Lewis opens up with this movies the floodgates for that viscous and vicious materiality for the entire world to see: gore movies. This is a one-of-a-kind movie, a trite, to the wound-,
Long Weekend (1978, Australia)December 11, 2014 Respond
So good to have the planet back! And providential to have it on biserika.ro (the church), a truly ecumenical place to be. I feel indebted to many movie diggers that have gone faster, further and deeper than me – and who continue to nourish me with the most exquisite pieces of their rarest fruits.