Category Archives: Indie Film

My Review of ‘Nox’ (2019)

I’m always awed when someone can tell a complex story in a short time. The film Nox is an excellent example of that. The opening shots of a nighttime vista of water and woods sweep across the screen, with the … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Vesper’ (2017)

In an interesting twist of social media fate, Vesper came to my attention through a Facebook message. The only reason I didn’t write this review sooner can be blamed on my unfortunate tendency to ignore Facebook—messages and all. However, be … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘Trouble Is My Business’ (2018)

One of the nice things about Trouble Is My Business is that it makes no bones about exactly what it is. Clearly, the film is a love letter to the movies of yesteryear—specifically, those in the film noir style. Having … Continue reading

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‘White Zombie’ — Part One

You will no doubt be mortified thrilled to hear that there’s a new B-grade horror flick on the proverbial chopping block–editing-wise, that is. 🙂 Just in time for Halloween, here’s Part One of White Zombie! And if you don’t understand … Continue reading

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Keep Calm and ‘Breathe Easy’ (2017)

This is an indie film, extraordinary for both its subject matter and its scope. To summarize briefly, the story is about a bizarre, toxic cloud that descends over the Earth’s major cities. And, as a result, people start going crazy … Continue reading

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My Review of ‘#DrunksLikeUs’ (2014)

In a departure from my usual studio system movie reviews, I’m posting my thoughts about an indie film I had the great pleasure to see. #DrunksLikeUs tells the story of three ordinary, beer-guzzling British blokes. They’re lured by the mysterious … Continue reading

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