Archives For The Neon Spectrum

Here’s a round-up of what I’ve been writing in November.

Donna McRae Finds Ghosts on Lost Gully Road – Read full interview at FilmInk.

Dragon Force X (2017, Dir: Stuart Simpson)  – ‘Insane, gory, and extremely funny.’ Read full review at FilmInk.

Inseperable (2016, Dir: Marcos Carnevale) – ‘There’s no denying that Inseparable wears a large heart on its sleeve.’ Read full review at FilmInk.

Lost Gully Road (2017, Dir: Donna McRae) – ‘… a slow burner of a tale that doesn’t feel rushed to get to where it’s going.’ Read full review at FilmInk.

Tarnation (2017, Dir: Daniel Armstrong) – ‘…a cross-pollination of The Evil Dead and The Mighty Boosh.’ Read full review at FilmInk.

That’s Not Cheating (2016, Dir: Ariel Winograd) – ‘Genuinely funny in parts, with solid performances from its leads…’ Read full review at FilmInk.

The Neon Spectrum (2017, Dir: Lee Galea) – ‘Like A Streetcat Named Bob, The Neon Spectrum manages to be a feelgood film, whilst grappling with weighty themes.’ Read full review at FilmInk.

The Villainess (2017, Dir: Jung Byung-gil) – ‘Reminiscent of Gareth Evans’ The Raid and Ilya Naishuller’s Hardcore Henry, Byung-gil throws his audience head first into a Sook-Hee-led ballet of destruction.’ Read the full interview at The Reel Word.

Timothy Spanos: Throb Like it Just Won’t Stop – Read full interview at FilmInk.

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