Tag: Get Out

Men and Monsters in ‘The Clovehitch Killer’

“‘The Clovehitch Killer’ offers much for the audience to ponder: what it means to be a man and a human, what it means to keep secrets and what it means to face monsters and survive.”

An Ode to Alice Lowe’s Performance in Her Feature Directorial Debut ‘Prevenge’

“As any great piece of cinema should evoke in the viewer, Alice Lowe’s electric performance in ‘Prevenge’ makes one laugh, cry and shriek in terror.”

CIFF After Dark Review: Giddens Ko’s ‘Mon Mon Mon Monsters’

“‘Mon Mon Mon Monsters’ actually inspires and entertains while pointedly dealing with a subject that hits close to home for many.”

Ten Years Later, Adam Green’s Cult Slasher ‘Hatchet’ Still Cuts

“It’s rare to find a movie that pays homage to the good ol’ days while also paving its own way, but ‘Hatchet’ is that.”

Get Out Movie Essay - 2017 Jordan Peele Film

Not Your Trophy: Deer Imagery in Jordan Peele’s ‘Get Out’

“‘Get Out’ explores many notions: the duplicitous nature of liberal racism, the cumulative damage of microaggressions and appropriation, assimilation versus acculturation. But it’s the deer imagery that continue to elude audiences.”

Looking Back and Forward: Mike Thorn and Anya Stanley on the ‘Halloween’ Franchise

Mike Thorn and A.M. Novak discuss the ‘Halloween’ franchise.

Genre Whiplash: The Surprising Genius of Karyn Kusama

“By providing viewers with a satirical undertone, Kusama offers a place to rest, making the subversion of viewer expectations all the more potent.”