Reviews

Lung II – Beneath The Underground

The film was also set to an unsettling score. This score, while unsettling, was also really good. It sounded light years ahead of most of the independent film soundtracks out there. I would love to hear more about the people behind the sound, because they did an incredibly professional job. Their work helped this underground […]

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Sadique-Master

In perfect symbiosis with the ubiquitous murky atmosphere, the soundtrack adds meanwhile an extra touch of angst and dynamism to the dimension in which the film was able to immerse ourselves… (translated from french by google) Flowers (2015) (Phil Stevens) (Critique)

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Drunken Bumpkin

The score to the film is a thing of beauty and is perhaps the most well utilized score I’ve heard in quite a while. Dark, dreamy, minimalist, ambient sounds pepper the running time of the film and do a fantastic job of making concrete the strange and dark tone of the entire film…. http://drunkenbumpkin.com/Flowers/

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Ginger Nuts Of Horror

All I could honestly say to myself was ‘wow’. Flowers was absolutely something else – darkly beautiful, abstract, stunningly scored, brilliantly acted, nightmarish… I’m more than willing to stick my neck out and say this is the first …..true masterpiece of extreme horror since the incredible Martyrs, and doubtless the best film I’ve reviewed for […]

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Demons of Celluloid

……. Camerawork, imagery, sound, music, acting, fx, writing… everything is 5/5. 5 of 5. DO NOT MISS THIS ONE. There is passion and intensity to this film, I had no choice but to love it. Destined to be in the top films of 2015. http://demonsofcelluloid.blogspot.com/2015/01/flowers.html?zx=ea49ab7bedf41950

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Sex Gore Mutants – UK

Mark Kueffner’s electronic score is so cunning in its restraint that it’s borderline genius while the brooding synth score works subtly alongside some horrifying sound design to create an ambience entirely of its own. http://www.sexgoremutants.co.uk/reviews/flowersunearth.html

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Extreme Horror Cinema

The menacing soundscape is ubiquitous and causes not only a permanent sinking feeling in the stomach area, but underlines the sickly and surreal film look this trimmed on rotting fever dream. (translated by google from German to English) https://www.google.com/#q=german+to+english

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