From the mythological mind of Jerome Pikwane comes his debut feature film, The Tokoloshe (AKA. Repression) which spins the tale of an impecunious young woman forced to take a cleaning job in a run-down hospital at the centre of Johannesburg so that she can relocate her sister from their poverty-stricken and insidious background.
A love-struck beauty therapist befriends a horrifically scarred ‘cleaning lady’ in Jon Knautz (Girlhouse-2014) scathing feature film that proves that there’s more beneath the surface than one would dare to believe.
Stranger Things meets Disturbia in this mystery summer flick from the Turbo Kid (2015) trio, François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell. The Canadian film collective will ooze the 80’s nostalgia on to the opening night of Arrow Video Frightfest 2018, with this thrilling, adolescent nightmare that guarantees equal proportions of friendship, growing pains and […]
Based on true events, Felix Randau’s Iceman (2017) explores the story of one of the most sensational discoveries of the 20th Century. In 1991, two unwitting hikers exploring the Italian-Austrian border made the discovery of a lifetime when they uncovered the oldest human body known to man.
**SPOILER WARNING: Please note that this review contains the discussion of elements from The Purge franchise** The party of carnage commences in the USA as the latest elected government, the New Founding Fathers of America (NFFA) instil a new legislation which is set to lower crime rates and the population, in The First Purge, the […]