By itself, this is a fairly generic horror film, pairing supernatural parental anxiety with Hispanic myth.
Like many horror films, Hereditary corrupts the familial safety of domesticity, but it inverts the traditional perspective.
mother! is not fucking around. This is a film that well and truly earns its exclamation mark.
Thanks to Paramount Pictures, ccpopculture has 10 double passes to give away to mother!, releasing in Australian cinemas September 14th.
Berlin Syndrome is a bad film with the spectral outline of a better film around it.
The Gift opens on ominous shots of an abandoned, modernist mansion, grey stone and brown wood gleaming dully in the afternoon L.A. sun. Soon, Simon (Jason Bateman) and Robyn (Rebecca Hall), a professional couple from Chicago, will be escorted through the hollow house by a real estate agent. But for now it lies dormant, the…
Rosemary’s Baby is arguably a perfect film; it stands to reason that Stewart Thorndike’s low-budget lesbian riff on Polanski’s classic would fall short of its source material. Her adaptation, Lyle, doesn’t follow Rosemary’s Baby to the letter – the couple is composed of two women, they already have a child when they move into a…