In celebration of National Double Cheeseburger Day, Ryan watches Fast Food from 1989.
In this entertaining and oddly timely short film, director Andrew Laurich tells the story of an unlikely assassin who heads back in time to take down Hitler in A Study in Tyranny.
Wholly derivative and focusing on tedium rather than authentic scares, or even a point, Friend Request benignly works through the beats of its supernatural social media premise.
Grief and loss can push people to extremes, and Nathan Silver’s Thirst Street, co-written with C.
Ahmed Khawaja continues his particular brand of diary cinema with his latest short, You, which is currently available on the filmmaker’s Vimeo page.
Mudbound is one of the best movies of the year.
With such a clunky script, it’s all window-dressing for a rather empty interior.
Here we have the trailer for the short film, Let Your Heart Be Light; a collaborative production co-directed/written/starring Sophy Romvari and Deragh Campbell as two friends spend
One of 2016's best films is now out on Criterion Blu-ray.
A romantic drama about the death penalty is a hard concept to pull off, but the film handles the dual conflict of Lucy’s relationship with her father and her relationship with Merc
Downrange isn’t exactly revolutionary, but if you’re in the mood for a solid piece of genre filmmaking from a stylish director, there are worse ways to spend 90 minutes.
This week, Adam and Kevin review Theo Anthony's documentary Rat Film along with some other stuff including The Lovers, The Limehouse Golem, The Parent Trap, Downrange, By The Time
Mynt reviews Sebastian Lelio's DISOBEDIENCE starring Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams.
I honestly don’t know if he could have made a film that was more Sorkineque without fleecing the cast of his old shows and having a cameo from Mark Zuckerberg and the Winkelvii.
Wetlands is a talky crime drama with very little to say.
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