By amber BroYles
I miss the days when thrillers actually said something, tapped into some deep-seated social issue. I miss the days when social commentary could be subtle yet provocative, a la Dawn of the Dead or The Crazies. There's a real elevation in story when a filmmaker can sneak those ideas in. Having said that, I'd like to point your attention to a little(ish) film that came out this year, Don't Breathe. Not only does it employ wonderful filmmaking techniques but it also uses current social issues as a backdrop for a grindhouse-esque thriller.
By Mary Thornton
In an effort to break away from the traditional confines of computer animation, college friends and Pixar artists Andrew Coats and Lou Hamou-Lhadj deliver a western-inspired drama in less than ten minutes.
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