The Fury of the Fjord (Film Review: “The Wave”)

The Wave transforms scientific probability data into a naturalistic nightmare as only Nordic Cinema could imagine. Continue Reading →


Can Music Soothe the Savage Breast? (Film Review: “Pure”)

Can the sanctuary of Music insulate a troubled soul before desperation becomes deadly? Alicia Vikander shines in the Swedish drama, Pure. Continue Reading →


This Job Search Can Be Murder (Film Review: “Headhunters”)

Executive recruiting is a front for art heists and murder in Headhunters, a darkly comic Norwegian crime thriller with plenty of grisly laughs and surprise skill sets on its resume. Continue Reading →


Knock Knock, Who’s There? (Film Review: “Let The Right One In”)

A poignant coming-of-age love story which just happens to be dripping in blood. Continue Reading →


Return to the Fatherland (Film Review: “After The Wedding”)

A subtle family potboiler that reverberates with suspense and surprises, After The Wedding is proof positive that Danish film is alive and well worth the subtitles. Continue Reading →