It’s 1995, and same-sex couple Malik (Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman) and Aaron (Ari Cohen) leave the big city behind in favour of the subdued, quiet life in a small town. It’s the idyllic setting to raise their snarky, teenage daughter, Kayla (Jennifer Laporte) and a hopeful fresh start for their family. Their harmonious new beginnings doesn’t last […]
Leaving his home town of Texas behind drummer and teacher Andy (Vincent Van Horn) heads to LA with nothing but a box of possessions and his dog, ready to start a new life. Read our review of Blinders here.
**Contains mild spoilers** Mara is a supernatural horror film combined with an investigative crime narrative that centres on the frightening phenomenon of sleep paralysis. Olga Kurylenko stars as criminal psychologist Kate Fuller who is drawn into the lore surrounding the mysterious Mara when a series of inexplicable deaths take place.
I would have to say that so far my luck with Russian horror films has not been good. The last two I have reviewed, 2018’s wet squib The Mermaid: Lake of the Dead and 2016’s car crash Paranormal Drive, did not do the nation proud.
A man and a woman regain consciousness under horrific circumstances, finding themselves held captive in an abandoned sanatarium by an unhinged and sadistic caretaker, in Rob Grant’s (Harpoon) highly disturbing and darkly twisted, Alive.