Posts by Aimee Knight

Spaceship

By Aimee Knight

Alex Taylor’s fluoro-hued directorial debut is a painfully misconceived exercise in teen bait.

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LoveTrue

By Aimee Knight

Bombay Beach director Alma Har’el serves up an intriguing painted poem of a film.

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I, Olga

By Aimee Knight

A young loner goes off the rails in ’70s Czechoslovakia in this haunting, relentlessly bleak debut.

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Why Shock Treatment is an “equal” to The Rocky Horror Picture Show

By Aimee Knight

Was creator Richard O’Brien on the money when describing his other box office flop?

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