Heart +Knife

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  Avant garde queer French filmmaker Yann Gonzalez sophomore feature maybe  more accessible than his debut “Les rencontres d’après minuit” (remembered mainly for footballer Eric Cantona’s impressive prosthetic organ)  but this campy gay slash horror flick is still definitely a very acquired taste. Set in 1970’s someone is killing the cast and crew of a … Continue reading

Velvet Buzzsaw

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  Velvet Buzzsaw that went straight from the Sundance Film Festival onto the Netflix is probably the campiest movie we have seen for some time. Written and directed by Dan Gilroy and packed with a A list cast that included Jake Gyllenhaal, Rene Russo, Toni Collette, Tom Sturridge and John Malkovich  it’s a  psychological sci-fi … Continue reading

Cola De Mono

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  It’s an unbearably hot Santiago Christmas Eve 1986 in those pre-tech days before cellphones were invented and  when families still had to talk to each other. However Borja (Cristóbal Rodríguez-Costabal) ‘s family don’t.  Well not very much.  He’s a precocious teenager about to turn 17 and obsessed with movies especially the stack of obscure … Continue reading

Devil’s Path

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For his first time behind the camera successful out-gay actor, Matthew Montgomery has directed and co-written an entertaining psychological LGBT thriller that reeks of intrigue and more than its fair share of blood and violence. The action takes place in 1992 in a large remote forest that is the setting for a rather notorious cruising area for gay men … Continue reading

Ismael’s Ghosts

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  This latest movie from French auteur Arnaud Desplechin is an indulgent convoluted jumble of an excessive number of conflicting storylines that at times would test the patience of a saint.  It’s art for art’s sake with scant regard for the viewer trying to unravel it and get some semblance of understanding or enjoyment. Ismael (Mathieu Amalric) … Continue reading

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