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Final Girl - ★ ★ ★ ½ DVD Review

It had been so long since I have watched a movie, that I couldn’t find the remote control for my Blu Ray player tonight.  I’m glad that I found it though, because I quite enjoyed… 773 more words

Movie Reviews

Mini-Review: Final Girl (2015)

D: Tyler Shields / 84m

Cast: Abigail Breslin, Wes Bentley, Alexander Ludwig, Logan Huffman, Cameron Bright, Reece Thompson, Emma Paetz

Following the death of her parents at a young age, Veronica (Breslin) grows up in the care of William (Bentley), who trains her to become an assassin. 557 more words


"I wanted to create an axe murderer with the feet of Fred Astaire..." Logan Huffman Interview For 'Final Girl' (The Hollywood News)

Final Girl heads to DVD this week, following last month’s UK premiere at FrightFest. Directed by photographer Tyler Shields, it’s a noir-inspired horror that provides something different amongst the assorted gorefests competing for fans’ attention. 1,081 more words


"I dream in Technicolor..." Tyler Shields Interview For 'Final Girl' (The Hollywood News)

Notorious snapper Tyler Shields has made his directorial debut with horror film Final Girl. It’s safe to say when Shields puts his name to something it isn’t going to be run of the mill, and that’s certainly the case here. 1,090 more words


Tyler Shields - Coke with Page Ruth, 2014

Tyler Shields. Coke with Page Ruth, 2014.  Photograph 40 × 60 in (101.6 × 152.4 cm.)

Other works:

Prada Popcorn, 2014

Louis Vuitton Champagne, 2014… 15 more words


Review: Final Girl, 2015, dir. Tyler Shields

“Have you ever sat through a movie so ponderous and pointless that you felt the minutes ticking by as your patience slowly dwindled to zero? That’s more or less the experience of watching Tyler Shields’ immeasurably boring… 80 more words


Film Review: 'Final Girl'

Little Miss Sunshine goes the way of La Femme Nikita in “Final Girl,” a mildly intriguing thriller of comeuppance that leaves you wanting more — not more archly stylized violence or repetitive revenge fantasy, perhaps, but more insight into the connection between the eponymous assassin (Abigail Breslin) and her highly skilled mentor (Wes Bentley). 749 more words