Tag Archives: SXSW 2022

Movie Review: Brendan Muldowney’s ‘The Cellar’ (2022) is Now Streaming on Shudder!

The Cellar

My first viewing of The Cellar was for its SXSW 2022 premiere. However, I finally get to share my thoughts with everyone now that it’s available to watch on Shudder. The film was written and directed by Brendan Muldowney (The Pilgrimage). It stars Elisha Cuthbert (The Girl Next Door, “24?), …

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SXSW 2022: The Loneliness of Pete Ohs’ ‘Jethica’ – Movie Review

I had no idea what I was diving into with Pete Oh’s Jethica but I sure am happy I tested these waters. Uniquely weaving genres and conjuring up a hilarious—and at times—heartwarming haunting, this story plucked heartstrings I didn’t intend to have exercised, let alone with a film running barely …

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SXSW 2022: Four Selections From The Midnight Shorts Block – Movie Review

Some of the creepiest, most twisted horror tales can be found in the Midnights Shorts Block from the yearly SXSW Film Festival. This year’s event, which took place from March 11-20, 2022, is no exception. I was lucky to catch four films from the Midnight Shorts Block, and one of …

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SXSW 2022: Winona Ryder Faces Love Woes and Mystery in Eli Hororwitz’s ‘The Cow’ (2022) – Movie Review

Boy, Winona Ryder characters sure have bad luck in love, don’t they? From Heathers to Bram Stoker’s Dracula to more modern movies like Star Trek (2009) and now Eli Horowitz’s The Cow; it feels like her characters are destined for passionate yet very messy relationships. Synopsis for The Cow (2022): …

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SXSW 2022 Midnight Shorts Review: Spenser Cohen’s ‘Blink’


I love horror shorts and I couldn’t wait to check out Blink for SXSW 2022’s Midnight Shorts selection. This horror gem comes from the studio, Scream Gems’ Horror Lab and was directed by Spenser Cohen. It was also co-written by Cohen and Anna Halberg. Blink stars Sophie Thatcher, Alicia Coppola, and …

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SXSW 2022: Hannah Barlow And Kane Senes’ ‘Sissy’ – Movie Review

This year’s SXSW film festival is an exciting one, and once again, the task of picking a handful of movies to cover is difficult. With so much genre goodness available to experience, it’s nearly impossible to see everything you want. Yet one film in particular, Sissy, piqued my interest from …

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