BROTHER
BROER
2016, 115 min, Belgium/Ireland, Dir: Geoffrey Enthoven

Even after his twin brother Michel’s (Koen De Graeve) death, Mark (Koen De Bouw) still seethes at him for the failures of his marriage and the family hotel. When he gets a message intended for Michel from wealthy former flame Grace (Alison Doody), Mark thinks he can regain some of what he’s lost by impersonating his brother – but he has no idea what he’s walking into. The third collaboration between director Enthoven and screenwriter Pierre De Clercq is a seamless mix of thriller, family drama and a touch of buddy comedy. With Titus De Voogdt and Udo Kier. In Dutch and English with English subtitles.


THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MISS OSBOURNE
DOCTEUR JEKYLL ET LES FEMMES
1981, 92 min, France/Germany, Dir: Walerian Borowczyk

Udo Kier stars as Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous doctor, who is about to marry Miss Fanny Osborne (Marina Pierro). At the pair’s high-society engagement party, a guest is found murdered - and with Mr. Hyde on the prowl, she won’t be the last victim. The great score by Bernard Parmegiani and Borowczyk’s rich Victorian production design lends this mix of horror and sadistic sex a nightmarish atmosphere. With Patrick Magee and Howard Vernon. In French with English subtitles.


THE EDITOR
2014, Park Entertainment, 102 min, Canada, Dir: Matthew Kennedy, Adam Brooks

Blessed with endless nudity, wall-to-wall gore and a kick-ass soundtrack, this is the perfect late night movie! The world’s greatest editor (Adam Brooks) is reduced to cutting exploitation fare after he loses several fingers in an accident - and the finger of suspicion falls on him when actors in his latest film fall victim to a killer. This loving giallo homage from Winnipeg’s Astron-6 collective costars Udo Kier, Laurence R. Harvey and Tristan Risk.


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