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amy seimetz

You’re Next (2011)

The home invasion movie has been a staple of the horror genre for a long time. In fact, it probably stretches further back than any of us can imagine (I think back to the original version of The Desperate Hours). With You're Next, director…

You’re Next (2013)

If a comedy is a game of rugby, then horror is the dressage phase of a three day equestrian event. There is a rigid formal structure to, er, cleave to, and success or failure is eked out of nuances and minor variations within that sturdy…

Images from Upstream Colour

In Upstream Colour a man and woman are drawn together, entangled in the lifecycle of an ageless organism. Identity becomes an illusion as they struggle to assemble the loose fragments of wrecked lives. Upstream Colour is in cinemas on…

Upstream Colour (2013)

You know what? There is absolutely no point lying about this. I had absolutely no freaking idea what was going on in Upstream Colour. I honestly don't think I have ever understood a movie less, at least not for a long, long time. Who's to…

Upstream Colour (2013)

When Shane Carruth came along in 2004 with Primer he immediately showed that he was quite a talented guy. He wrote, directed, produced, edited and even composed the music for his remarkable debut, a movie that made up for limited resources…

A Horrible Way To Die (2010)

Sitting in the same area of discomfort as Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer and Snowtown, A Horrible Way To Die may not quite work as well as those two movies but it's still an impressive, unsettling work that shows the mindset of a serial…