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Indie Movie Review – Call Me Brother

Call Me Brother is a story about, surprise surprise, a pair of siblings: Brother/Tony (Andrew Dismukes) and Sister/Lisa (Christina Parrish). They are about a year apart chronologically, but were separated around the age of six and/or seven. Lisa went off to live with Mum/Rachel (Kim Lowery), while Tony stayed behind with Dad/Frank (Asaf Ronen). Ten […]

Indie Movie Review – Fugue

Fugue opens with a two part definition of what a fugue actually is… A period during which a person suffers from loss of memory, often begins a new life, and upon recovery, remembers nothing of the amnesic phase. A musical form consisting of a theme repeated a fifth above or a forth below the continuing first […]


Indie Movie Review – Housesitter: The Night They Saved Siegfried’s Brain

Housesitter: The Night They Saved Siegfried’s Brain started off intriguing me before I even started watching it. With a screener link usually comes some supporting info, stills, posters, blurb, etc. and it sounded interesting. Of course it does, I hear you say, that’s why they send it. But hear me out… Housesitter: The Night They Saved […]

Indie Movie Review – Sinbad The Fifth Voyage (Ultimate Director’s Cut)

Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage Ultimate Director’s Cut, to give it its full title, hooked me in from the first words. Mind you, they were spoken by Sir Patrick Stewart and I would do anything asked of me by that voice! I’m old and straight but if he asked, I’d think about it. Fortunately I know […]

Indie Movie Review – The Devil To Pay

The Devil To Pay took me by surprise! When I was told about the screener it came with an editor’s note saying… “A nice thriller for you. I love these ‘in the woods’ movies.”…so I had started to make up my mind what I was about to see and, if I’m honest, “psycho with an […]

Indie Movie Review – Pulse

Part of the pleasure of being given the opportunity to watch and review independent films for RunPee is finding films like Pulse. I’ll be honest, a fair few are not wonderful. Some are well done in certain ways and not so much in others; well shot but badly acted, good story but poor dialogue, and various […]


Indie Movie Review – The Wall of Mexico

The Wall of Mexico is…hmmm… it’s too long to be a metaphor or a simile, not abstract enough to be an allegory, so it’s probably an analogy. “Of what” I hear you ask. Well, dear reader, the answer is in the title; The Wall of Mexico is about isolationist and anti-immigration policies, and some of the […]


Indie Movie Review – Rialto

Rialto is one of those films that you watch and, afterwards, think, “What the hell was that? Was that entertainment or have I just had an emotional battering?” If you want a nice, easy, relaxing way to spend an hour or so then I’d recommend you have a look and see what Pixar has got […]

Indie Movie Review – The Last Exorcist

I think it’s only fair to say from the start that I’m not a horror/supernatural film fan, so The Last Exorcist wouldn’t have been one of my first choices if I was toddling down to my local cinema. Ultimately, however, you tend not to review only the films you like, and I try to remain […]

Indie Movie Review – The Campaign Of Miner Bo

To be honest, I’m not sure if I’m the best person or the worst to be reviewing The Campaign Of Miner Bo. First off, I’m British and, secondly, I’m a socialist. My only knowledge of American politics is from watching and rewatching The West Wing and, as a card carrying member of the Labour Party, I’d really have […]

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