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  • The Boston Strangler

    The Boston Strangler

    ★★½

    With a decent cast headed by Henry Fonda and George Kennedy, this got off to a great start as they investigate the numerous leads that wrongfoot them in the way of catching the notorious Boston Strangler whose been striking terror through the city with his deeds of sexual deviancy and strangulation of his then mostly elderly victims, its all well made and includes some well-done split-screen work that shows the stalker and the 13 of his victims that will soon…

  • The Vigil

    The Vigil

    ★★★½

    For a supernatural tale of superstitions and things that go bump in the night I'm shocked that I enjoyed this one as much as I did, why it worked so well is from showing a different cultures beliefs and traditions and the way it brings in its tale of Jewish folklore, the setup was great as a young man is paid to sit and watch over the body of a recently deceased member of the Jewish community to make sure…

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  • Bleak Night

    Bleak Night

    ★★★★½

    This rates among one of best directorial Korean debut's ive seen in recent years,not only did Yoon Sung-Hyun direct he also wrote this superb dramatic look into the dynamics of school friends and the tragic events that will separate them,the way he handles these events and how they gradually unfold are brilliantly told and performed from the excellent young actors to the perfect use of flashbacks that bring this heartfelt story to it's fitting conclusion,Yoon Sung-Hyun is definitely a talent i will be keeping an eye on.

  • Polytechnique

    Polytechnique

    ★★★★½

    With its stunning black and white cinematography and perfect performances Villeneuve's depiction of the 1989 Montreal school massacre that left 14 female students dead and numerous others injured hits really hard but handles its disturbing events with such great care and respect,one of the best truth based movies I've seen in a long while superb.