Monthly Archives: September 2004

ROJO SANGRE (BLOOD RED)

Reviewed by GREG KING. From young Spanish director Christian Molina comes Rojo Sangre (Blood Red), a contemporary take on the Faustian legend combined with an examination of the moral consequences of selling our integrity for fame and fortune. Rojo Sangre is also a rather bleakly comic look at the modern notion of celebrity worship and [...]

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ZERO DAY

Reviewed by GREG KING. Clearly inspired by the events at Columbine, Zero Day is another low budget American film that looks at the tragedy of a high school massacre. While sharing a number of thematic elements with Gus Van Sant’s recent Elephant, albeit without the overtly homosexual undertones, Zero Day is the more effective, disturbing [...]

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