I’m no stranger to films about sentient cars. I probably watched The Love Bug no fewer than 563 times as a kid and my grandfather always had on reruns of Knight Rider when I would go visit. So the idea of a car that has a mind of its own wasn’t foreign to me, but

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Laguna Ave film Review FrightFest

Making its world debut at Fright Fest, David Buchanan’s Laguna Ave is being billed as Shinya Tsukamoto’s Tetsuo: The Iron Man through the lens of John Waters. Lofty praise for a debut film, but one that is not without merit. Wearing its heart on its filthy sleeve, Laguna Ave is certainly a wild trip! What Is

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Ultrasound Film Review

Rob Schroeder delivers one incredible directorial debut with this aesthetically lush and deliciously convoluted mystery box film. After his car breaks down during a storm, our protagonist Glen (Vincent Kartheiser) seeks shelter at the nearby home of married couple Art (Bob Stephenson) and Cyndi (Chelsea Lopez). This strange encounter sets into motion a series of

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Blind Beast Film Review

For a long period, I have found myself drawn to extreme cinema. The unapologetic approach to subject matters proscribed in mainstream media has always been more alluring to my cinematic tastes. From Japanese Pinku Eiga to French New Wave, I have tried to explore as much of the genre as possible and moreover, having seen

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Dont Hug Me I'm Scared TV Show

Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared is the fantastic surreal puppet show by Becky Sloan and Joseph Pelling. It was released for free on YouTube starting in 2011 and ultimately taking until 2016 to finish a six episode series. It’s so overwhelmingly surreal we haven’t even attempted to attempt to describe it with a single writer,

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