It’s a film that bathes in familiarity, but manages to overcome its lack of substance by delivering a tough as nails thriller set against a picturesque backdrop, accented by some solid cinematography by Simon Chapman, who previously did excellent work on The Loved Ones (another fantastic Aussie horror flick) and the recently released The Devil’s Candy. Rather than pulling in close to the acts of horror depicted on screen, the camera keeps us at arm’s length, preferring the use of…
No Way to Live is a nasty little indie thriller that begins as a tragic story of love in a time when it was forbidden but evolves into something more akin to Natural Born Killers than Loving. It’s a surprising turn of events and certainly one worth checking out. Plus, it has a bunch of great split diopter shots and Larry Fessenden as a skeezy redneck…can you guess if he gets killed?
Full review: Film Pulse
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…