When six college kids in a sleepy Southern town are assigned a group project to rediscover a moment in history, one of them sets in motion a horrific fate when he proposes they head into ... See full summary »
In present day Detroit, where the influence of organized crime has diminished; one of the lasting crime syndicates begins to unravel when lies, mystery and betrayal devour the trust, which holds them together.
Andy Martinez Jr.
Wing is six years old and is living in the Netherlands with her family, who are expatriates from China. Little Wing is fascinated by marine life and curious about her ancestral homeland of ... See full summary »
When the zombie apocalypse arrives, groups of survivors band together to defend themselves at any cost. Unfortunately for the remaining few, zombies have evolved into different species ... See full summary »
Jesse H. Knight
In 1993, Harley's dad is shot dead and his mom goes to prison. He has to earn money and look after his 3 kid sisters. No college. Over 2 years, family secrets are slowly revealed. Will a good therapist be enough?
When the embodiment of evil rises to destroy Earth and all that we know, can the human race defend itself or will it succumb to the forces of evil. When you enter the world of this terrifying new anthology, things are never what they seem.
There's no denying that film history has been haunted by the notion that time, space and memory are all interlinked by the medium of film ever since Gilles Deleuze completed his two book studies on the subject matter. And with 'Our Little Haven', a deliciously shot indie cinemascope film, delves into that particular realm of the cinematic language by continuously offsetting a series of echoing scenes which ripple in the film's storyline.
There are many moments to love here - from the story of a couple who are searching for their lost dog, which ends with a panic attack / heart attack, to the whispering of a woman communicating to a man she has met... but isn't present in her timeline, or life time.
Overall the film could be argued as excessively self indulgent in terms of its 'purest' form of cinema, but those that grow tiresome of it, or even irritated with its lack of direct plot points, are failing to grasp the uniqueness of the experience at hand and the film's bold technical skill.
5 of 17 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this