A dark psychological drama with supernatural elements, the film is an expression of the impact the ghosts of our past have on our present and future selves.
A mediocre homage to classic slasher films, this movie is more predictable than fun.
“End Zone 2”
The brevity of the film’s runtime definitely works in its favor, but this retro inspired slasher flick nails the 1970s aesthetic it was going for.
“Walking Against the Rain”
The clunky writing in this low budget, post-apocalyptic road movie slows down the pacing of the story, and the lack of charisma from the two leads is painful.
Utilizing an experimental film process that blends animation with live action, this challenging, nightmarish, and visually haunting deep dive into existentialism lands well outside the boundaries of mainstream filmmaking.
Despite a solid setup, charismatic cast, and spooky visual imagery, this horror movie eventually succumbs to the found footage curse of too much film and not enough story.