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'Dominika' is a surprise film in multiple ways. Telling the story of a man whose life is turned upside down when a baby is left on his doorstep. Come to find that the baby ages every time he gets angry. While there are moments that are patently unsavory, regarding the strange sexual tension early on in the film, there is also a tremendous amount of heart. Proving to be a sort of Oedipal manifestation come to life, the film pushes the narrative of maturation and inner healing from repressed turmoil. As the film progresses, the audiences matures with the characters and it sort of becomes a shared experience. While the premise isn't necessarily breaking new ground, the execution is relatively unique. 'Dominika' is a surprisingly poignant and uplifting tale that exudes a peculiar warmth.
3.85/5 Pretty Cool Bro
'Bonehill Road' is another brand of WTF. Buffalo Dreams never fails to disappoint with their late night screenings and this is no exception. The story of a mother and her daughter, who flee to escape domestic violence and end up getting stranded and having to face evil from all directions. Certainly a slow build, it's important to note that horror fans will need to grit their teeth through the first two-thirds of this film. With a sound design and visual scope that struggle during the lead in, 'Bonehill' takes a hard, and we mean hard, left turn in its final third. Going from 0-60 in no time, when the narrative shifts to a balls to the wall pace, the film flourishes. Fortified by impressive practical effects and some really solid performances, 'BoneHill Road' is one wild ride, worth a watch for genre fans, but it sure ain't for the squeamish.
3.65/5 Pretty Cool Bro
'Hablar Con Los Muertes' is a strange film that seems to be struggling from identity crisis. Following a young man as he deals with issues surrounding his ability to speak with the dead, he must battle a dark spirit to set trapped souls free. From the jump, this film has some script problems. The opening sequence seems completely irrelevant, save for providing a some early comedy, but doesn't really set the tone for the rest of the story. The narrative is a jumbled mess, and the editing is a struggle, with a series of awkward silences during conversational dialogue. The acting, aside from the male lead, leaves a little to be desired. The story feels like a jigsaw of other, more impressive films and the climax plays a little silly. With few redeeming qualities, 'Hablar Con Los Muertes' is a miss by any definition, but somehow still manages its own quirky form entertainment.
2.5/5 Do Better Bro