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  • The Runner

  • On Dangerous Ground

  • The Trout

  • The House

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  • The Runner

    The Runner

    " Still, while it never manages to be tidy, there’s a lot to like here. Fans of Boy Harsher’s music will certainly be pleased, while horror aficionados looking for something a little outside-the-box will be rewarded with some killer vibes. At the very least, if Matthews and Muller ever wanted to turn their attention to a straightforward horror film, The Runner suggests that they’ve got the goods." ✏️ Daniel Gorman

    Full Review at In Review Online

  • On Dangerous Ground

    On Dangerous Ground

    "Once Wilson discovers that the killer is Mary’s mentally unstable younger brother, Danny, the film hinges on his promise to bring the boy to justice while also keeping Walter from killing him. It’s a moral conundrum, which ultimately plays out amidst the rocky terrain of the landscape (like so many Ray films, the terrain here feels like an active participant in the story, alternately beautiful and deadly)." ✏️ Daniel Gorman

    Full Review at In Review Online

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  • Shattered

    Shattered

    "Shattered at least looks better than most other films of its ilk, an understanding of screen space and clever usage of its widescreen framing evident in nearly every shot. There’s also been real effort put into the look of the image itself, as the film pulls off a good impression of 35mm for the majority of its runtime, its use of lighting and color adding an old-school texture reminiscent of the erotic thrillers of yesteryear." ✏️ Steven Warner

    Full Review at In Review Online

  • Mother/Android

    Mother/Android

    "This is genre filmmaking built on the spare parts of other, better movies, and there’s nothing exciting happening around the margins to mark this as anything other than a dour, self-serious slog. Like so many movies being dumped onto streamers these days, Mother/Android looks and functions more like prestige TV." ✏️ Daniel Gorman

    Full Review at In Review Online