M.O.M. is a heat-of-the-moment anecdote of outrage without answers. But sometimes, maybe that’s what’s needed.
As far as single-location thrillers go, DEAD SOUND isn’t actually bad, it’s just an utterly by-the-numbers film you’re bound to forget once it’s over.
If DROWNING could be viewed as an electrical time sequence, it would simply be a flatline due to inactivity.
The initial set-up is interesting and the overarching concept commendable, but THE REMAKING suffers from a lack of actual narrative progression...
The plot may lose steam, but the driving force of A SERIAL KILLER'S GUIDE TO LIFE is that of its two fantastic leads Katie Brayben and Poppy Roe.