Review: Repulsion

Roman Polanski’s Repulsion was released in 1965 on a budget of $300,000, and managed to break a few taboos in the process. Aside from being Polanski’s first film in the English language, Repulsion also pushed the boundaries of sexuality in cinema. It was also one of the first films since Hitchcock’s Psycho to tackle the […]

Review: Goodnight Mommy

When their mother arrives home after reconstructive surgery, twins Elias and Lukas immediately notice that something is not quite right. With her face completely wrapped in bandages, their mother has become short-tempered and emotionally distant. Soon, the boys begin to suspect that the woman behind the bandages may not be their mother at all, but […]