AND THE DEVIL MAKES THREE – NE†HERWORLD


Original Review by Alan Rogers I know very little about a small independent film, And The Devil Makes Three, other than what the scant information I found on IMDB says about it. Written and directed by Samantha Friend and Doug Murman, the movie premiered at the recent North Hollywood CineFest and follows two friends “…tasked…

CRUSHED – Aaron Kenny


Original Review by Alan Rogers Australian mystery thriller Crushed (2015), written and directed by Megan Riakos, stars Sarah Bishop as a young woman (Ellia) who returns to the family vineyard in rural New South Wales after her father is crushed by a barrel in a freak accident. However, when it is discovered her father’s death…

GHAYAL ONCE AGAIN – Vipin Mishra


Original Review by Alan Rogers Sometimes a film score comes along that, when listened to, leaves you a bit confused. You like what you hear but at the same time you come away from the listening experience disappointed. Mumbai-based composer Vipin Mishra’s music for the 2016 Indian action flick, Ghayal Once Again, is one of…

NUMB – Alain Mayrand


Original Review by Alan Rogers There’s something about images of snowy landscapes and man’s struggle to survive in these environments that appeals. And out of the myriad of soundtrack releases that happen nowadays the artwork for Alain Mayrand’s score for Numb was bound to be an immediate draw. And, having been impressed with Mayrand’s previous…