- Screen Reviews
- November 26, 2021
Synapse Films reissues Lamberto Bava’s epic ’80s gore-filled movies Demons and Demons 2 in beautiful new editions.
Aftershock (UDR GmbH). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Nihilistic Vision (Agonia). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Life is Cheap (Superfi Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Extended Mental Dimensions (Candlelight). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Unbeliever’s Script (Candlelight). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
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Luminiferous (World War III). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
First Round Knockout (The Music Cartel). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Cadaveric Necrogrind (World War III / Mercenary). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Please… Die! (Century Media). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
M-16 (SPV). Review by David Lee Beowulf.
In an extremely rare occurrence, not only did Stormtroopers Of Death (S.O.D.) actually put out an album last year, they even went on tour to support it! Now Kill Yourself + The Movie is out as a document of the momentous occasion, and David Lee Beowulf cranks it up to 11.
Earlier this year, director Payal Kapadia was awarded the Oeil d’or (Golden Eye) for best documentary at the 74th Cannes Film Festival for her debut feature, A Night of Knowing Nothing. Lily and Generoso interviewed Kapadia about her poignant film, which employs a hybrid-fiction technique to provide a personal view of the student protests that engulfed Indian colleges and universities during the previous decade.
The 2021 edition of the American Film Institute’s Festival, was a total success. After mounting a small virtual festival in 2020, AFI Fest came roaring back this year with a slate of 115 films representing over fifty countries. Lily and Generoso rank their favorite features from this year’s festival which include new offerings from Céline Sciamma, Miguel Gomes, and Jacques Audiard.