The Straight-to-Video Horror Masterpieces of the 1980s

The whole concept of direct-to-video did not really exist until the 1980s. Before then, if you wanted to watch a movie, you either paid to see it in a cinema, or …

Being Good (2015)

“Everyone is so uptight about small stuff!” Tasuku Okano (Kengo Kora) exclaims to his girlfriend, not even noticing that his immature self-absorption is driving her away. In a hilly coastal town, …

Lovely Molly (2012)

When Lovely Molly opens with time-coded home video footage of the distraught heroine of the title (newcomer Gretchen Lodge) declaring to camera, “Whatever happened, it wasn’t me,” and then attempting to …

The Den (2014)

Review first published by FilmDivider Restricting its point of view to the numerous minicams installed in an isolated house serving as a set for a reality show, Marc Evans‘ My Little Eye (2002) …