With the Balkan wars, specifically that in Kosovo, featuring as the backdrop, Blerta Basholli presents the story of a Kosovan woman’s fight against misogyny and grief, based upon the true story of Fahrije Hoti
From 101 Films, Homewrecker - a satirical horror - is to have a digital release on 24th May. Here's what they had to say:
From Second Sight Films, the 2016 film Raw is in receipt of an updated Blu-ray release, and it may be the best one yet. Presented beautifully with a full range of lengthy extras, the updated package is a presentation of unbeatable value in the competitive market of boutique Blu-rays.
From the spectacular mind of Gillian Wallace Horvat, we are presented with an infrequently lavish mockumentary x snuff extravaganza. Who’s to blame? I Blame Society.
From Blue Finch Film Releasing, I Blame Society is coming to Digital Download on 19th April. This is what Blue Finch had to say:
A powerful and relevant film, Take Back presents a story of justice and revenge in the continuous fight against sex trafficking.
One thing that horror films tend to successfully mirror from real life is that one should never return to their hometown to live there. The Ice Cream Truck perfects this. From writer-director Megan Freels Johnston, this is a female-driven horror film which is completely masterful in its trickery of expectation, if not a little risky in its execution.
Here, we have a story with nuances of jealousy, regret and a midlife crisis, all during the week of a wedding. Alicia Silverstone - with her best performance in 25 years - is Audrey, the sister of the groom in the appropriately titled, Sister of the Groom.
A remake of Argentina’s The Accused, the French-language drama, The Girl with a Bracelet (La Fille au bracelet) takes its source material’s name to the core - in that the accused is central to the film, rather than the accusation.
As one would naturally expect, Girls Just Wanna Have Blood opens with a deadly bite of sickly sleaze, but is yet accompanied (and quite often too) with a killer rock soundtrack… almost Giallo-esque.
Opening with a fast-paced fight featuring money, guns and Dolph Lundgren, sh*t’s going down.