Tagged: review

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REVIEW: STOP OVER IN HELL

STOP OVER IN HELL is a western set right after the end of The Civil War, in a deep process of change when railway translates into progress and the stagecoaches have gone in decline...

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REVIEW: EXTINCTION

  By Brian Harris (*)   Can somebody tell me what in the hell horror filmmakers have against snow? While most horror films tend to set their stories during the summer and fall seasons,...

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REVIEW: SHREW’S NEST (MUSARAÑAS)

      By Elena Anele (*) SHREW’S NEST is a Spanish horror film directed by Juan Fernando Andrés and Esteban Roel – read our interview to the directors here– which main stars are...

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REVIEW: SWEET HOME

  By Rubén Íñiguez Pérez SWEET HOME is set in one of Spanish saddest realities: evictions. A drama that affects thousands of families in this country. However, inside this background we aren’t dealing with...

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REVIEW: IN DARKNESS WE FALL (LA CUEVA)

By Elena Anele (*) IN DARKNESS WE FALL is a Spanish Horror flick directed by Alfredo Montero and written by the former and Javier Guillón. It won the Silver Biznaga for Best Film and...

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REVIEW: MARSHLAND (LA ISLA MÍNIMA)

By Elena Anele (*) LA ISLA MÍNIMA aka MARSHLAND tells the story of two pole-apart homicide detectives (Raúl Arévalo and Javier Aguirre) who must find a serial killer  before more young women lose their...

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James Harris on Asmodexia

ASMODEXIA follows exorcist Elroy de Palma (Luís Marco) and his teenage granddaughter Alba (Clàudia Pons) as they attempt to rid a series of possessees of the demons inhabiting them, all while members of a...

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Open Windows review

    By Rubén Íñiguez Pérez   Unlike most European directors making their debut in U.S.A., Vigalondo in Open Windows tries out new narrative techniques in a film full of traditional elements and structures...