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Public frenemies – Lawrence and Holloman review

By Simon Miraudo July 9, 2014 More anti-human than Antichrist, Matthew Kowalchuck‘s beyond-black comedy Lawrence & Holloman asks us to revel in the largely-unsuccessful emotional torture of a jerk by a sociopath. And they said cinema had run out of heroes. Based on the stage play by Canadian Morris Panych – a fan of Neil […]

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Chop me up – American Mary review

By Richard Haridy February 19, 2013 A disturbing horror flick set in the seedy underground world of body modification is a great premise. For at least two-thirds of American Mary, writer-director team Jen and Sylvia Soska set up what looks to be a cult classic. This sensational opening makes the disappointing final act hurt all […]

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