Fear Itself (2015)

First published by TheHorrorShow It starts (and ends) with a window. We are inside, in shadow, looking out – at a low angle, as though in a bed or on the floor – at the upper windows and roofs of the dusk- (or is it dawn-?)lit houses opposite in which, perhaps, similar people have similar…

Beyond Clueless

Beyond Clueless (2014)

Beyond Clueless first published in Sight & Sound, February 2015 Review: If the title of Beyond Clueless alludes to Amy Heckerling’s impeccable youth comedy Clueless (1995), then it also promises to take us further and deeper. Indeed, much like Heckerling’s Austen-inspired exposé of contemporary teen mores, Charlie Lyne’s feature debut has the rituals and routines of…