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LFF 2020 Review: The Intruder

A voice over actress is haunted by whispering figures in Argentine psycho-thriller El Prófugo (The Intruder) Erica Rivas plays Inés, an actress and singer in Buenos Aires who splits her time between recording Spanish language dub of foreign films and performing with a female classical choir. After suffering a trauma at the start of the film Inés starts to notice odd things happening around her. Her sound engineer can hear odd whisperings in the background of her recordings which no technology can explain, and she starts to have vivid nightmares and hallucinations which bleed into her everyday life. A superstitious…
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Antebellum – Can Janelle Monae escape this Nightmare?

https://youtu.be/7JajaYb98-0 This is the latest from Lionsgate and the producers of Get Out and Us. I definitely got the 'Get Out' vibe from this trailer. Horror films were starting to get a bit stale over the last few years but this may be an emerging formula here, which is keeping it mostly grounded in a very normal reality. This makes it almost immediately more relatable to us and therefore heightens the scares when they come. I also got a small hint of 'The Handmaiden's Tale' from this where it seems regular women were being held captive and told to forget…
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The Invisible Man Review

https://youtu.be/cGpovwy7aps The Invisible Man review: This is a remake of the classic film given a modern twist making it more grounded and relatable to today’s audiences. A stellar turn by Elisabeth Moss as Cecilia propels the film which sees her dead abusive boyfriend seemingly continue to torment her from beyond the grave. Whilst the rest of the supporting cast fail to believe her that such a thing is possible the film does not attempt to insult the intelligence of the watching audience by having us think the same (the film’s title is its biggest spoiler alert) and instead makes it…
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