Jessy Dupont’s DEEP WEB is a stunningly shot film which is frequently and frustratingly let down by some shoddy acting.
M.O.M. is a heat-of-the-moment anecdote of outrage without answers. But sometimes, maybe that’s what’s needed.
CASE 347 offers an uncanny slow-burn unlike most films of its fount footage ilk.
It raises “everything and the kitchen sink” to a cosmic level and revels in its ability to annihilate convention.
It demonstrates writer/director Michael Nader’s knack for building tension out of a basic, scaled-down scenario.