Dylan is a English Literature & Film undergrad and film critic. He loves all genres of film but has a particular love for science fiction and horror.
Even though it promises a scary journey, Against the Night fails on all levels. The poorness of its plot, direction, and performances make this
A Father's Day is a short film told about an estranged pair of father-daughter zombies, and it is surprisingly effective.
Dylan Walker attended Edinburgh International Film Festival; he reviews Attraction, Double Date, The Dark Mile and The Last Photograph.
Dylan Walker is attending the Edinburgh International Film Festival and reviews Paris Can Wait, God's Own Country & Bad Day For The Cut.
Alien: Covenant takes a valiant attempt at re-creating the magic from the original, but ultimately falters from screenplay to screen.
Other than strong performances, Deny Everything is mostly unsuccessful, due to an uneven story-line, poor camerawork, and jokes that fall flat.