The Body is the latest short film by Australian filmmaker Adam Weber. I’ve reviewed one of his films previously, taking a look at The First Date two years ago.
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Telling a good story in 10 minutes takes a lot of work, but Faulty Roots delivers an important message in its short runtime.
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Rating: ★★★ 1/2
Whilst comic book films aren’t necessarily my area of expertise, I have been known to enjoy a few of them over the years.
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Rating: ★★★★ 1/2
Swedish director Jimmy Olsson explores some incredibly important themes in his short film Alive, and it was enough to stir some very strong emotions in me.
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Mark AC Brown‘s debut feature Guardians brings together two very different men who are required to work alongside each other as caretakers (or ‘guardians’).
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Last year, Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite won the coveted Palme D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival. Since then, it’s received plenty more awards, and has been the big film on every cinephile’s lips for months.
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Harvey Puttock‘s 12 minute short Yes, Virginia tells the story of a woman with an extraordinary ‘gift’. She can grant one wish to anyone she meets, but the effects are permanent and cannot be undone.
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Horror and comedy can be a perfect match, and Deadly Scare is a perfect example of how the two opposing genres can work in harmony to create something brilliant.
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