Chase Lee continues his coverage of Fantastic Fest 2015 with his reviews of “Too Late,” “Son of Saul” and “The Devil’s Candy.”
Chase Lee reviews three more films from Fantastic Fest: “Anomalisa”, “Victoria”, and “Men & Chicken”.
Cemetery of Splendour is a stoic, and occasionally sleepy Thai film in which very little and quite a lot seems to occur simultaneously. That is often the case for the work of Apichatpong “Joe” Weerasethakul, where the subdued drama only accounts for the surface of a contextually rich cultural commentary. Commentaries which may or may…
Chase Lee reviews “The Lobster” and “The Keeping Room” from Fantastic Fest 2015.
In his mocking indictment of romantic norms, Dogtooth director Yorgos Lanthimos creates a world in which coupling up is the law of the land. The Lobster stars Colin Farrell as a widower sent from The City to The Hotel, a luxury resort where single people are given 45 days to find a partner or else…
We Live Film presents two more movie reviews by Nick Iacobucci from TIFF 2015. The films are: “Forsaken” and “Hardcore”.
We Live Film provides reviews for “Our Brand is Crisis,” “The Lady in the Van” and “Len and Company” from TIFF 2015.
Scott Menzel and Nick Iacobucci continue their coverage of TIFF 2015 with their reviews of “Lolo,” “Stonewall” and “Truth.”
We Live Film brings you reviews of “I Saw the Light,” Maggie’s Plan” and “Hardcore” from TIFF 2015.