Squirm-inducing body horror, the field recording expeditions of a pig farmer, meditations on free will, and a vague romance. Paul Milne reviews Shane Carruth’s latest.
You’d be correct in expecting gore from this film. An enjoyable, if guilty spectacle, writes Paul Milne at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
Low-key absurdity, atmospheric isolation and melancholic anti-thrills. Paul Milne reviews Vahid Vakilifar’s TABOOR at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Guy Pearce steals the show in Drake Doremus’ BREATHE IN, the opening night film at the 67th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Paul Milne reviews the Cyberpunk classic TETSUO II, which screened recently at Edinburgh International Film Festival.
V/H/S, screened at Edinburgh Film Festival, is a found footage horror anthology with a heavily misogynistic overtone – which Paul Milne does his best to interpret as a critique of the portrayal of women in horror.
There’s no hugging or learning going on in Yeun Sang-Ho’s THE KING OF PIGS, screened at Edinburgh International Film Festival. Paul Jon Milne reviews.