“Can cats really kill people?” That’s the premise behind this rather bizarre slice of Korean horror.
Monthly Archives: December, 2013
Gorilla heroically steps forward to defend the poor, hulking mass of Hollywood, and looks at whether naked commercialism necessarily thwarts artistic endeavours.
Based on a conversation overheard in a restaurant, Trusts & Estates is about four lawyers whose dinner banter quickly devolves into a grotesque comedy of cruelty.
Get outta here with your ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’. He’s a the real top 5 Christmas films.
The Dark Companion is a funny and potent short film about a puppet called Howard, who suffers an existential crisis when he realises he’s not in control of his life.
The story of an Irish woman, whose child was sold to another couple decades ago, searching America for the son she lost, with the help of a journalist.
Gorilla speaks to writer/director/producer Dee Meaden about her short film Some Things Mean Something, which screened at the London Short Film Festival.
Darjeeling is a superbly tense 15 minute short film about two gentlemen with shady pasts who talk about the past, present and future over a nice cup of tea.
Lillyhammer is a comedy-crime-drama about a former New York gangster adapting to life in Norway under a witness protection programme.