While its trailer didn’t “wow” me, the newly released thriller Submerged had two other aspects that drew my attention and made me deem it worth a look.
First, the director – Steven C. Miller, who previously helmed the awesome action thriller The Aggression Scale – and second, the promise of a containment thriller, a subgenre that I always find myself gravitating toward for some reason. While not a complete letdown, the film makes for perfect VOD fodder; it’s entertaining enough but lacks any real tension, proving itself to be absent of any lasting power.
Full Review: Film Pulse
Wow, another 2015 biopic that I actually liked (the other being Straight Outta Compton). I'm not a big fan of films involving mental illness, but the performances from Cussack and Dano easily made up for that, along with the great cinematography by Robert Yeoman.
In fact, Yeoman's cinematography is what really elevated this above the typical biopic claptrap that's become stagnant over the years.
One of the most infuriatingly frustrating films I've seen this year. The premise is genuinely creepy (and gross) but the actions of the entire cast are completely illogical and ridiculous.
If your vagina is gushing blood and maggots, your eyes are bleeding, your fingernails are falling off, and your hair is coming out in clumps you'd probably go to the hospital right? Apparently not if you're a self-centered twenty-something. In that case, you go to work, then try to win…