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Absentia (2011)

Craig originally recommended this gem to me. Director Mike Flanagan raised the money for principal photography for Absentia on Kickstarter and it’s swept up more than 20 well-deserved awards at film festivals across the nation a few years ago.

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Martyrs (2008)

If I were playing the odds, I’d bet you’re not going to like Martyrs. But then again, you’re not supposed to anyway. Continue reading

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The Midnight Meat Train (2008)

The Midnight Meat Train is a visceral, uncomfortable tale about a photographer, Leon, scouring the city for the perfect shot to impress a mover-and-shaker in the art world. In the process, he stumbles upon and becomes obsessed with a serial killer … Continue reading

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Street Trash (1987)

Roy Frumkes writes a screenplay with the express purpose to “democratically offend every group on the planet”. A man who would go on to be one of the most celebrated cameramen operators in Hollywood – as well as James Cameron’s … Continue reading

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The Fly (1958)

The Fly holds up really well, and is almost as powerful as the 80’s remake. Continue reading

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