Monolith: Review. By Joe Muldoon.
A young journalist (Lily Sullivan), known as ‘The Interviewer’, has recently been publicly disgraced and sacked from a newspaper for ethical misconduct. Hiding away at her parents’ isolated home and attempting to claw back any semblance of a journalistic career, she launches an unsolved mystery
65 Synopsis: After a catastrophic crash on an unknown planet, pilot Mills quickly discovers he is stranded on Earth…65 million years ago. With only one chance at rescue, Mills and the only other survivor, Koa, must make their way across an unknown terrain riddled with dangerous prehistoric creatures in an epic
Deadland: Review. By Jake Peffer.
Deadland follows U.S. Border Patrol Agent Angel Waters. One night out on patrol he makes an apprehension of a man laying in a river, who he believes to be dead. While transporting him back to the station the man awakens to Angel’s surprise. Once Angel
The Artifice Girl: Review. By Joe Muldoon.
What happens when artificial intelligence far exceeds the Turing Test? At what point do artificial beings become deserving of equal human rights? How can we be sure that we are in control of our own creation? Franklin Ritch (tripling up as writer, director,
F**k Me, Richard: Short Film Review. By Joe Muldoon.
Recovering from a broken leg, Sally (Lucy McKendrick, pulling triple-duty also as writer and director) spends all of her time alone in her flat, emotionally drifting off into the romance movies with which she is obsessed. She is also in a