Tag: film

REVIEW: Haze (2005)

A man wakes up in a dark, coffin-like space. He can barely move, but move he must if he wants to survive, because he is bleeding from an abdominal wound. As he slowly works his way through this cramped, claustrophobic labyrinth, he encounters a mysterious woman and struggles to piece together the fragments of his ...

REVIEW: Death in Brunswick (1990)

Carl Fitzgerald (Sam Neill) is a lifelong underachiever who takes a job as a chef in a Melbourne nightclub. There he meets and falls for bartender Sophie (Zoe Carides), and falls under the suspicious eye of club bouncer Laurie (Boris Brkic). When a drug-dealing co-worker is killed with Carl's unwilling involvement, his attempts to avoid ...

REVIEW: Black Test Car (1962)

Two rival car manufacturers are in a race to release their new sports cars. When the Tiger company's test vehicle crashes, photographers paid for by the rival Yamato corporation are there to shoot the accident and leak it to the press. Soon afterwards it becomes clear that Yamato has somehow stolen the blueprints to Tiger's ...

REVIEW: Another Child (2019)

Joo-ri (Kim Hye-jun) and Yoon-ah (Park Se-jin) are high school classmates who hate one another. Their acrimony only increases when Joo-ri's father and Yoon-ah's mother have an affair, resulting in Yoon-ah's mother Mi-hee (Kim So-jin) falling pregnant. While Mi-hee seems unable of treating her pregnancy seriously, Joo-ri's father Dae-won (Kim Yoon-seok) suffers a crisis of ...

REVIEW: Suicide Club (2001)

One evening more than 50 teenage girls line a Tokyo subway platform, wait for an express arrival, and jump together to their deaths. As further suicides ensue across Japan, a trio of police detectives work around the clock to track down the mysterious 'suicide club' that appears to be controlling them. Sion Sono is one ...