The Chair (TV Series 2014-)

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While technically this is a TV Series review instead of a film one, we are pretty certain this is a show you’ll want to watch -and if it’s not, it should be!

The Chair follows 2 lucky first time directors, YouTube star,  and  as they are given the opportunity of a lifetime, to direct a fully funded indie film.

Each director is given the same script to work with, they must then work with the writer to make any adjustments they see fit before producing a completed film that will ultimately be screened at theatres.

The series basically chronicles their separate journeys, from pre-production, to shooting to post.   It will show how they work with the cast and crew they’ve each hired and how they deal with the inevitable pit falls of indie filmmaking.

You can watch the series on STARZ, Saturdays at 11pm ET/PT or watch via their on demand website here.

It’s addictive and informative viewing for any budding filmmaker!

9/10

 

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Coherence (2013)

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By director and writer , this engaging sci-fi thriller is the epitome of indie film brilliance.

When a group of friends gather for dinner one evening, what seems like a harmless power outage, soon turns into something much more bizarre.

Putting down the obscurities to the interferences of a passing comet, the friends soon discover there is one house still with light and power at the end of the street.

As some of the friends go to investigate, they soon discover doppelgangers of themselves.

Scared and unsure of who is “real” and who is not, the friends soon to turn on each other as paranoia arise.

As the ordeal starts to bring out the worse in them, the friends contemplate ways of controlling the situation… some, in order to ensure their own survival and existence, choose to do so in the most lethal of ways.

8/10

 

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Kristy (2014)

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Jennifer Lawrence look-alike  plays Justine, a college student who seems to be the only student to be spending the Thanksgiving holiday break in her dorm.

After she sees off her loyal boyfriend Aaron (played by Lucas Till), Justine begins to entertain herself in the large, empty campus, swimming in the college pool, dancing in the hallways and talking to the security guard.

She decides to drive to the local convenience store to purchase some holiday treats when she encounters a mysterious and creepy character, Violet, played by Ashley Greene, who taunts her and later follows her to campus.

Justine soon finds herself in a sick, twisted game of cat and mouse where Violet and her gang hunt Justine in hopes of killing her and uploading the video online.

The only way to survive is to fight back and Justine definitely puts up a good fight.

 

8/10

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The Moment (2013)

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 stars in this interesting psychological mystery thriller/drama ‘The Moment’.

Leigh plays Lee, a troubled photographer finds herself in rehab after an embarrassing incident at her exhibition.  It is there that she starts to confide in her therapist Dr. Bloom (played by ), about her past and parts where she struggles to remember.

One big part of her past is her ex boyfriend John (played by ) and the more Lee delves into her memories about him, the more she fears what she could have done to him.

A strange and compelling aspect of the film is how Lee sees her new rehab friend, lawyer Peter, as identical to John.

Lee’s estranged daughter Jessie, (played by )  adds further drama and tension to Lee’s recovery when she re-learns a shocking memory.

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The ending is ambiguous and while is somewhat fitting to the mood of the film, it was also somewhat unsatisfying and a little disappointing.  I was hoping for a bigger twist that never came.

7/10

 

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