Three short films examine key issues in the American cultural conversation-incarceration, race, life, death, digital culture, gender-through a distorted lens. They may be fictional, but ... See full summary »
Terror grips a small mountain town as bodies are discovered after each full moon. Losing sleep, raising a teenage daughter, and caring for his ailing father, officer Marshall struggles to remind himself there's no such thing as werewolves.
Dare I say, surprisingly good omnibus of six stories, all shot in a single take. This worked quite will, with very few hiccups, showing lots of talent all around. Although all the stories were evenly matched, I found The Robbery one that, due to a good story, competent directing and even better delivery, was most fun to watch. That, and the girl from The Stop.
All of the shortcomings are forgivable, considering the complexity of the task, however, some of the stories and the dialogue could have gotten some polishing. Time well spent, 7/10.
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