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.
In a quiet midwestern town, a deputy named Norman Young is faced with an impossible decision; arrest his older brother Ray for murder or help him cover it up. Norman chooses family. As the ensuing investigation withers, neither of the brothers are prepared for the weight of their guilt or how that guilt will strain their … [Read More]
Is our universe an infinite masterpiece of order and structure? Or is it merely a limitless amalgamation of randomness and chance? These are the questions posed and explored in the new sci-fi drama “Clara”. Writer and Director Akash Sherman has fashioned a most intriguing tale of science, distant space exploration, … [Read More]
Apollo 11 features an insider’s look at one of the most significant events in human history. This documentary features never-before-seen, unedited footage as NASA prepares to send the first men to the moon and reveals the personal lives and experiences of Commander Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. Directed … [Read More]
The new indie domestic horror flick “Something” presents a mysteriously disturbing premise rooted in seemingly unremarkable circumstances. When asked during my recent interview how he arrived at this unusual dynamic, Writer/Director Stephen Portland candidly concedes it was a matter of creativity born of a shoestring budget. “I wasn’t going to … [Read More]
To quote Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young from their iconic hippie anthem “Woodstock”, “We are stardust.” This is one of the weird and tough to tackle tenets threaded throughout “Out of Blue”.
“Something” is a low budget, minimalist domestic mystery drama with hints of the supernatural. Or is it otherworldly? This is the question looming throughout this strange and unnerving chronicle of two regular people thrust into circumstances they appear helpless to comprehend nor conquer. A young L.A. suburbanite couple (we never … [Read More]
Review: Trailer: PUZZLE is a closely observed portrait of Agnes, who has reached her early 40s without ever venturing far from home, family or the tight-knit immigrant community in which she was raised by her widowed father. That begins to change in a quietly dramatic fashion when Agnes receives a jigsaw puzzle as … [Read More]
Review: Mad Genius presents a sci-fi society in which the human mind can be broken into and programmed per the agenda of the hacker. What could go wrong? Official Trailer: Synopsis: Directed by: Royce Gorsuch Written by: Royce Gorsuch Starring: Spencer Locke, Scott Mechlowicz, Faran Tahir, Gbenga Akinnagbe, Levy Tran, Chris Mason, Tehmina Sunny, … [Read More]
The Vault Review The Vault Trailer So what if it’s a little…check that…a lot, incoherent. “The Vault” serves it’s purpose. Synopsis: Two estranged sisters are forced to rob a bank in order to save their brother. But this is no ordinary bank . Directed By: Dan Bush Written By: Dan … [Read More]