Amy Seimetz

Upstream Colour review (Blu-ray)

With 2004's Primer, Carruth created a mind-melding, claustrophobic movie on the tightest of budgets that managed to be one of the best films ever made about time travel.

You're Next review (Blu-ray)

It probably wouldn't make the poster, or the cover of the Blu-ray, but a fitting tagline for You're Next would be: "Don't fuck with an Aussie." And if you think...

Upstream Colour review

With 2004's Primer, Carruth created a mind-melding, claustrophobic movie on the tightest of budgets that managed to be one of the best films ever made about time travel.

Tiny Furniture review

This is very much a personal project for writer-director-performer Dunham. Her co-stars include her mother and sister and it was filmed in the family home, a sparse and stylish New...

A Horrible Way to Die review (Blu-ray)

Sarah (Siemetz) is a recovering alcoholic with more than just substance abuse in her past. Amy is also trying to recover emotionally from a previous relationship that turned bad in...

A Horrible Way to Die review

Sarah (Siemetz) is a recovering alcoholic with more than just substance abuse in her past. Amy is also trying to recover emotionally from a previous relationship that turned bad in...