“Scooter”: A most Unctuous & Unwelcome Return to the Found Footage Fad So you thought Found Footage Flicks had long since come and gone, didja? Oh, think again, my friend. The new alleged thriller “Scooter” has rolled onto the scene. And thank God it will soon be going down in … [Read More]
This is an especially well acted film. Khalil McMillan delivers a piercing performance in “What Death Leaves Behind” as a troubled husband and father whose life is torn apart after undergoing an organ transplant. Scott A. Hamilton does a superb job of directing a roundly impressive cast, among them veteran … [Read More]
If you fancy a flick about a homeless chick living in a compact car parked along a curb on a neighborhood street who falls in love with a guy who lives on the block who falls in love with her back……if that’s what you’re yearning for, then the new quirky … [Read More]
You could call the mind scrambling new film “States” a kind of “Easy Rider” for the millennial generation. But even that wouldn’t do full justice to the wonder and weirdness this movie’s mastermind, Zach Gayne, has cooked up and served to us on a multi-textured platter sizzling with searching souls, … [Read More]
Emma wakes up to find herself trapped in an abandoned bunker. She soon realizes that there are two other victims trapped with her, Ben and Jamie, who she knows from her days in high school. Now Ben and Jamie are Emma’s only means of escape from their savage captors, three … [Read More]
“Blindsided” is your standard psycho killer fare punched up by an out of sight performance by Bea Santos (“True Detective”) as a resourceful young woman named Sloan. Did I mention her character is blind? And that she is a balls to the wall bad ass? Girl don’t take no shit … [Read More]
Pink Wall Review: Their relationship should have never been. Six scenes. Six years. Six moments that shaped the relationship of Jenna and Leon. Pink Wall examines what defines us, the pressures of gender expectations, and our perpetual struggle between life and ambition. Trailer Their relationship should have never been.
Melanie Lynskey is my new celluloid heroine. The New Zealander is flawless in practically every way in the eclectic as hell crime dramedy “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore”. Lynskey brings us Ruth, a Regular Jane managing as best she can working as a nursing assistant at … [Read More]
Elpida, a middle aged housewife, is tormented by an oppressive and loveless marriage with a man who no longer considers her feelings and desires. When a young painter is employed to paint the building she lives in, Elpida’s monotonous life is surreptitiously disrupted, and her imagination starts to flourish … [Read More]
The riveting new documentary “For the Birds” is a story that leads us down several roads. Obsession, marital struggle, love and loss are among the moving life experiences touched upon most poignantly by Director and Co-Producer/Editor Richard Miron. Miron brings us into the profoundly unusual world of Kathy, a wife, … [Read More]
Video Review The new dark semi-comic domestic drama “Wade in the Water” practically defies description. Trailer: Sure, our man never gives his name. He works from home. His neighbours are all idiots. He doesn’t really “do” friends. But all that changes when a mis-delivered package arrives in his post … [Read More]
Review Trailer Newcomer Shelli St. George is not your typical L.A. leading lady in a far from typical starring role.