Home Tags SelfMadeHero

Tag: SelfMadeHero

INDIE VIEW: ‘Maggy Garrisson’ will make you happy too

John Seven reviews 'Maggy Garrisson'

INDIE VIEW: The art of crime in ‘Memoirs of a Book...

John Seven reviews 'Memoirs of a Book Thief'

INDIE VIEW: Everything old is new again in ‘Blossoms in Autumn’

'Blossoms in Autumn' reviewed by John Seven
wolfcvr

Review: The thrilling darkness of Rachael Ball’s ‘Wolf’

Everyone knows about the wider mythologies that creep their way into childhood, everything from Bigfoot to Slender Man that infects young brains in a...
Shaun-Tan-I-Feel-Machine

Review: Technology as the agent of change, good or bad, in...

In some ways aiming to be the Black Mirror of graphic anthologies, I Feel Machine features six cartoonists each exploring the intersection between humanity...

Review: Folk horror meets social satire in ‘Lip Hook’

Lip Hook takes some of the best conventions of the British folk horror genre and uses them to perfect effect. Outsiders becoming stranded in...

Review: The skewed colors of manhood in ‘Tumult’

The noir genre has one dynamic at its center that repeats so often it’s hard to tell if it’s a cliche or an archetype...

Review: Javi Rey’s ‘Out in the Open’ is a quiet, dark...

From Moses to Mad Max, wandering in arid desert lands evokes a journey for self, for destiny, and of course for survival. Usually it...

Review: The mind-bending wild west meditation of ‘The Smell of Starving...

In Frederik Peeters and Loo Hui Phang’s The Smell of Starving Boys, the words “virgin land” are used several times to describe America’s West....

Review: Living the dream in ‘Stardust Nation’

This mysterious work adapted by Booker-nominated author Deborah Levy from her own story captures the dynamic between two advertising men, Tom and Nikos, who have...

Review: A Kafkaesque coming-of-age-tale by Pieter Coudyzer

Walking a line between a depressing coming of age tale and a Kafkaesque expression of emotional hurt manifesting itself physically, Outburst ends up twisting...

Preview: Josephine Baker by Muller and Bouquet captures a whole era...

If you're looking for a real-life badass heroine, you won't find a better one than Josephine Baker.