As a millennial romantic comedy, and as an end-of-days alien invasion event, 'Save Yourselves!' is a one-trick pony.
Jill Gevargizian's 'The Stylist' takes the normalized act of trusting someone with scissors to snip around your neck and goes the horror route.
No, Scare Me will not scare you. Yes, Scare Me will positively delight audiences through exemplary on-the-spot campfire tales and improvisational hallmarks.
Darren Lynn Bousman's 'Death Of Me' is a horror story about tainted cups and unbreakable curses, told from an outside perspective as to accentuate how traditions are kept alive when stoked in containment.
Brea Grant’s '12 Hour Shift' is about how there ain't no rest for the wicked, the innocent, or anyone caught in between when halfwit organ traders screw the pooch.
Possessor’s appeal worships the unknown. Brandon Cronenberg pushes viewers off a ledge, as we hurdle into his body-jacking assassination narrative without any stabilization.
Sometimes, movies come into our lives when we need them most. Such a scenario might explain my ugly crying through the exit monologue in Brian Duffield’s Spontaneous.
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