March 29, 2010
The Day The Earth Stood Still

The Day The Earth Stood Still (Scott Derrickson, 2008)

In The Day The Earth Stood Still, an alien representative arrives on Earth, setting in motion a plan to save the planet Earth by destroying mankind.
April 20, 2010
Antique

Antique (Kyu-dong Min, 2008)

His motivations nebulous, a young man opens a neighborhood Western-style bakery called Antique, employing a host of off-the-wall characters.
April 20, 2010
Dream by Ki-duk

Dream (Kim Ki-duk, 2008)

Kim Ki-duk has shown he's an art-house auteur to contend with. Here, he adopts an esoteric premise, developing it as a meditation on love and passion.
November 24, 2010
A Frozen Flower at Fantasia

A Frozen Flower (Ha Yu, 2008)

I’ve heard good things about the Korean film, A Frozen Flower. Outside from the gorgeous production value and box-office success, it has also been heralded for its inclusion of homosexuality in a period setting. I was hoping I would get to see it at this year’s festival and was glad to see it on the schedule, even if for only […]
March 26, 2010
Cloverfield

Cloverfield (Matt Reeves, 2008)

Marketed as a ground-level monster movie, Cloverfield fails at its every opportunity: a high-concept stretched to the running time.