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Young, promising and “nasty”

23-04-2021
 

Agnieszka Piotrowska - 23-04-2021

Professor Agnieszka Piotrowska explains why PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN indeed starts as promising feminist movie before it falls into the trappings it set out to avoid: the patriarchal system and the "nasty woman" trope [Read More...]

The Trial of the Chicago 7

Aaron Sorkin
2020

Ian Schultz - 23-04-2021

A group of anti-Vietnam War protesters is charged with conspiracy, in this effective yet watered-down historical drama - now on Netflix [Read More...]

Sound of Metal

Darius Marder
2020

Ian Schultz - 23-04-2021

Deep dive into the headspace of a metal drummer gone deaf, in this finely crafted American drama with an impressive sound design - now on Amazon Prime [Read More...]

Black Bear

Lawrence Michael Levine
2021

Charles Williams - 21-04-2021

Puzzlebox drama about a filmmaker kicking the wounds from career issues leaves the viewer feeling disorientated and yet profoundly engaged - on VoD on Friday, April 23rd [Read More...]

The Power

Corinna Faith
2021

Paul Risker - 22-04-2021

The night shift in a near empty and crumbling hospital in 1970s' Britain is not cheapened by juvenile jump scares in this atmospherically captivating indie horror – streaming exclusively on Shudder. [Read More...]

Real-life horror begets film horror

 

Paul Risker - 22-04-2021

Indie British filmmaker Corinna Faith explains why her debut feature, the horror flick THE POWER, is a response to stories of institutional abuse - in an exclusive interview [Read More...]

Madame Claude

Sylvie Verheyde
2021

Fabian Lemercier - 21-04-2021

Following call-girls, thugs, secret services and the fortunes of an ambitious woman, Sylvie Verheyde’s film exposes the underside of the myth surrounding "the Lady Pimp of the Republic" - available now on Netflix [Read More...]

What if the director is a murderer?

 

Paul Risker - 15-04-2021

Indie American filmmaker Gillian Wallace Horvat talks about her feature debut: I BLAME SOCIETY, a dirty horror story in which she plays herself committing murder, and questions the ideology of filmmaking - in an exclusive interview [Read More...]

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Jay Roach
1997

James Luxford - 15-04-2021

James Luxford sheds a new light on the dirty comedy classic from the late 1990s, just in time for the release of its special edition on April 19th [Read More...]

I Blame Society

Gillian Wallace Horvat
2021

Ian Schultz - 12-04-2021

Feminist horror comedy made on a shoestring budget is is a savage stake into the heart of faux-woke Hollywood - on Digital on Monday, April 19th [Read More...]

Firebird

Peeter Rebane
2021

David Katz - 20-04-2021

Queer love struggles to endure in Estonian director Peeter Rebane’s handsome yet generic fiction debut, set partially on a military base in Soviet-occupied Estonia [Read More...]

Those bloody vegans!!!

DMovies' reader pours her heart out as she talks about Meet Your Meat the film that changed her life forever, in emotional statement.

Women don’t cower in silence!

Thais reveals the very dirty movie that made her become the strong woman and the empowered professional that she is now!

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