Kidnapping, Inc. skillfully uses it’s comedic-thriller of two inept kidnappers experiencing mishap after mishap to highlight larger issues.
Bark is a gradual, suspenseful trek with just a story and two men in the woods. It’s weird in parts, tense in others; a slow burn with a worthwhile ending.
New Life seems like a typical chase film at first before mixing in horror. The story keeps the tension high while teasing a twist that surprises.
Yami-hara has a realistic quality despite supernatural elements thanks to the focus on the characters. It’s eerie and memorable without crossing the line.
#Manhole grips you in its unrelenting tension and questions with its claustrophobic setting. It’s atmospheric with clever use of social and a compelling lead.
Manner of Death Volume 1 is thrilling in its mystery and the brimming passion between Bun and Tan. Steamy with an engrossing story you immerse in.
Consecration delivers splendid cinematography. Unfortunately, the story does not do the visuals justice. Tension is almost nonexistent as you wait till it ends.
Another 2001 entertains overall despite some drag. With the tension moving between a simmer and a tightrope, the mystery and looming deaths hold attention.
Filled with unexpected turns, Missing expands its thriller with drama, moments of levity, and a philosophical current regarding life and death.