Tag: Thriller


Gothic Thriller The Oak Room Gets Canadian Release 1

Gothic Thriller The Oak Room Gets Canadian Release

 |  Dayna Eileen
Northern Gothic Thriller The Oak Room will be available on all major Canadian VOD and digital platforms on April 27, 2021.
Promising Young Woman (2021) Blu-ray Review

Promising Young Woman (2021) Blu-ray Review

 |  Lindsay Traves
This year’s bleakest movie is a sunshiny pastel pink horror comedy. PYW calls out the culture conducive to sexual violence and subverts rape revenge with a wink emoji.
Hunted (2012) Review

Hunted (2012) Review

 |  Lindsay Traves
Hunted stands as a grown-up riff on a familiar fairy tale keeps men as predators more vicious than wolves. The deranged tale of a woman refusing to be prey bleeds from every orifice.
Run (2020) Review 6

Run (2020) Review

 |  Lindsay Traves
Run is a nail-bitingly intense and refreshing take on the horror flick with a disabled protagonist that centers on the heroism of a woman who is anything but bound.
FANTASIA FESTIVAL 2020: 12 Hour Shift

Fantasia 2020 – 12 Hour Shift

 |  Lindsay Traves
12 Hour Shift is a nasty thriller about an unlikable woman managing intersecting disasters while remaining unphased in a way we expect a trauma nurse working a double to do.
Fantasia 2020The Oak Room (2020) Review

Fantasia 2020 – The Oak Room (2020) Review

 |  Brendan Frye
Though the use of a single set, and a deceptively simple story The Oak Room is a brutal tale of betrayal, hate and vengeance that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Blood on Her Name (2019) Review

Blood on Her Name (2019) Review

 |  Lindsay Traves
What’s that they say about no good deed going unpunished? What if your good deed is to call attention to your own mess? What’s the punishment for a glimmer of goodness in an otherwise negative action?
Liked The Gentlemen? Then Watch These 5 British Crime Flicks 6

Liked The Gentlemen? Then Watch These 5 British Crime Flicks

 |  Lindsay Traves
It’s been just over a week since Guy Ritchie’s latest, The Gentlemen, blew up big screens.  Bringing together an ace cast of bandits, Ritchie returned to form to bring us a flick in his signature British crime style.
Daniel Isn’t Real (2019) Review 5

Daniel Isn’t Real (2019) Review

 |  Brendan Frye
At first glance, Daniel Isn’t Real should have been a disaster. Quick edits, standard tropes, stereotypes… there are countless things that could make taken this movie down a very different path, and be worse for it.
Come to Daddy (2019) Review 2

Come to Daddy (2019) Review

 |  Brendan Frye
Dealing with family, especially around the holidays can be taxing at the best of times. We all want to connect with people in our lives, but often that connection can be brutal, heartbreaking and dangerous.


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