The line between reality and dream is a bloody smudge for a group of Turkish police officers in Can Evrenol’s ambitious debut, Baskin.… Read More Shallow Graves: Baskin
The debut of the Cinema Vertigogo Podcast… Read More Episode 01: Roger, Romero & The Post Horror Film Movement
The journey of self discovery can be horrifying, but the destination, can be empowering. In the French director’s feature debut, the main character Justine (Garance Marillier) finds herself at the jumping off point of such a journey when she starts her first year at a prestigious veterinarian school.… Read More Shallow Graves: Raw
In an effort to fill the void digital has created, collecting physical media has become en vogue again. And with the current trend of 80s revival penetrating the culture, VHS tapes have come back from the dead. I have a soft spot for VHS tapes. I had a great collection during the days when I… Read More Analog Escapades in a Digital World
The Cinematic Equivalent Of An Adult Coloring Book might sound a bit harsh, but when you take a step back and look at Edgar Wright’s latest offering, Baby Driver, you’ll see it fits. The framework is there for something nice, and the mechanics are familiar and comforting, but the end product is artificial and only something… Read More Am I Just a Dick or Was Baby Driver a Dud?
Dip your toes in a little bit of horror. The Autopsy of Jane Doe Director: Andre Ovredal, 2016 It’s hard to deny a simple mystery thriller. One with a layered, unraveling mystery told with a clinical, procedural tone, like a detective story, or…an autopsy. Brian Cox and Emile Hirsch play Tommy and Austin, father and… Read More Shallow Graves: The Autopsy of Jane Doe
Pick up any paper, turn on any news channel or just look at the wall of that Bernie-bro Facebook friend you unfollowed for being too damn exhausting and you’ll soon come to realize the world is looking to kill you. I know, it’s a hard pill to swallow, but don’t just hang it on the… Read More Progression Through Unlearning