An admirable attempt at body horror/sci-fi cross-pollination, with a surprising reveal and an almost ethereal style.
Month: November 2017
A remarkable-looking film that leaps off the screen, but there is very little substance to deem it a triumph.
Takes an irresistible sci-fi notion, populates it with rich characters, and says a thing or two in the process. It’s absolute magic.
‘Supergirl’ gets a pretty eventful episode before the huge DCTV crossover hits our screens.
The sequel is more hit than miss, even if those misses are pretty hard to overlook.
Although there are the makings of a good movie, this Aussie slasher/survival pic struggles past its set up.
A girl slaughters to bring her car to life – literally – in this Ozploitation wannabe misfire.
We flashback to school in an episode that eases the pain of Maggie’s absence.
A nice bit of shoestring sci-fi that shows what can be achieved with a strong idea.
The film falls short whenever it strays away from its lead characters to focus on CG-driven mayhem.