Tagged: tim roth


Resurrection: Assiduity, by David Bax

Some of your more expressionistic horror movies set their action in places and buildings that are already terrifying, be they gothic or rotted or in some other way sinister and dangerous. Others take a quieter, almost subliminal path, intentionally existing...


Sundown: Beach Bummer, by David Bax

Michel Franco’s Sundown opens with a shot of a gasping fish out of water. It’s upsetting in its casualness, a matter-of-fact gaze at the world’s capacity for cruel indifference. It’s also more than a tad obvious, which makes it an...