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God Help the Girl is a tapestry of music and narrative, unfortunately sometimes the stitches between fragments are a bit too loose and Murdoch's inexperience as a film maker becomes exposed.

Frontera is a western-drama-mystery-comedy, all in decisive chunks, approximately in that order. But with the plot's lack of cohesion and a seriously unsatisfying ending, this movie ends up tripping over everything it built up in its first half.

As Above, So Below is a horror film with aspirations to be so much more. That it even attempts to, at times, rise above the muck of modern horror makes it that much more disappointing when it goes ahead and wallows in it anyway.

You really can’t go wrong by hanging out with George Takei and have him tell you the story of his life in that smooth-as-silk baritone of his.