Rebecca Hall gives Resurrection the psychological grounding it needs, as the thriller stretches towards a macabre, fable-like payoff.
Film Review: “Resurrection” at the Independent Film Festival Boston
What lifts Resurrection above the standard victim-becomes-avenger routine is a preposterous — in a wonderfully sick way — claim that gives the movie a welcome touch of giallo unpredictability.
Film Reviews: Sundance 2022, Dispatch #4 — Trauma and Terror
When given a choice, tend to choose films that are fairly harrowing to watch. The next three Sundance Fest films on my slate were often disturbing, but also powerful and inspiring on many levels.
Classical CD Reviews: Haydn’s Seven Last Words of Christ and Mozart/Bach Adagios & Fugues (Harmonia mundi), Mahler’s Symphony no. 2 (Avie Records)
Three reviews of new classical music CDs: one is inviting, another lively, and the last could use more intensity.