Writer/director Caleb Johnson’s sophomore effort, "The Carnivores", has a lot of strong intrigue, allure, and character to entrance viewers into its strange story of how man’s best friend is dividing a couple and making one of them oddly obsessed with raw meat. The film follows Alice (Tallie Medel) and Brett (Lindsay Burdge) as they are divided by Brett’s dog Harvie as his illness is causing him to slowly die. Although Brett wants to spend every last second with him since she feels she has so much history with him, Alice feels like he’s ruining everything. With Brett pretty much being obsessed with Harvie, Alice is starting to feel left out and it’s causing a major rift in their intimacy and love for one another. However, after Alice’s sleepwalking and her issues with Harvie come to a head, Harvie goes missing and the two women begin to uncover strange, beautiful, and even horrifying parts of one another.
Year: 2019 Runtime: 94 Minutes Director: Jeremy LaLonde Writers: Jonas Chernick, Jeremy LaLonde Stars: Jonas Chernick, Daniel Stern, Cleopatra Coleman By Calum Cooper Time travel is a concept heavily exploited in storytelling. Often with cinema it is used for sci-fi or even action - think “Back to the Future” (1985) or “Edge of Tomorrow” (2014).... Continue Reading →
It is sadly not an uncommon story. Especially in the United States. “Unarmed Black Man Killed by Police.” Trayvon Martin. Eric Garner. Philandro Castile. Michael Brown. Ryan Coogler’s directorial debut, “Fruitvale Station” (2013) took an intimate look at the life and murder of one young man named Oscar Grant III. The film starts with actual cell phone footage from the train platform minutes into the new year. You see the bystanders calling out police for accosting a group of men, Grant among them. There’s a scuffle. And a bang.
We recently got the chance to watch Victoria Muldon's short film "My Neighbour Barbecued My Fence" which was the funniest short film we have come across in a while and had us laughing from start to finish. And, we are delighted to bring you our interview with Victoria regarding her film and how she developed the story and the film's production. We would like to offer our thanks to Victoria for taking the time to talk to us.
Allie Loukas' debut film "Kathryn Upside Down" is the absolute proof that women can do comedy. Too often, we hear the outdated and frankly sexist statement that "women aren't funny" whether this is in response to comedians such as Amy Schumer, or the remake of films such as "Ghostbusters" or an all female-led version of... Continue Reading →