Tag Archives: M.F.A.

‘Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts’: A Tale of Self-Preservation Movie Review

We all know the standard tale of vengeance that Meir Zarchi’s 1978 film, I Spit on Your Grave, perfected. The protagonist, typically female, becomes a victim of sexual assault and seeks justice where the legal system falls short. More recently, other gems such as Leah McKendrick’s M.F.A. have used this story …

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Interview With Leah McKendrick, The Creator of ‘M.F.A.’

Last October, the Weinstein scandal shook Hollywood, sparking the #MeToo movement and a wave of sexual assault survivors coming forward with their stories. Coincidently, a small indie film entitled M.F.A. (You can check out our review here) rocked the indie scene around this time after premiering at South by Southwest Film …

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Rachel Amanda Bryant: A New, Inspirational Face in Indie Horror

Known in the horror genre as Women in Horror Month, February has become that much more important with the #MeToo movement sweeping across Hollywood. The beautiful, kind and talented writer/producer Rachel Amanda Bryant recently broke into the indie horror scene starring in Jason Horton’s latest Gas Money Pictures film, The …

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‘M.F.A.’ (2017 Movie Review): Mastering the Art of Revenge!


I love a good revenge film. They are exhilarating and empowering and even though they often involve horrible things, you can’t help but stay glued to the screen. I didn’t know much about M.F.A. before reviewing it, but everyone was raving about it, so I thought I’d give it a shot. …

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