Kickstart Sunday: FOUND FOOTAGE 3D

As someone who has grown to despise the found footage sub-genre over the last few years, it pleases me to no end to see a director deconstructing the tropes and making a film that satirizes everything about this tired style of horror


Kickstart Sunday: PARTY SLASHERS

‘Tis the season to celebrate all things horror, so this week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the upcoming horror-comedy Party Slashers from director Carl Bachmann. The film revolves around a group of young people being terrorized by the undead while attending


Kickstart Sunday: SHOOT THE MOON

This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us form director Benjamin Ahr Harrison with his upcoming documentary Shoot the Moon. The film takes a look at a group of dedicated individuals planning to create the tallest structure known to man- an


Kickstart Sunday: ANDREJ(A)

This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the upcoming documentary Andrej(a), which follows the journey of trans model Andreja Pejic’s journey from a refugee camp to the runway. This feature length doc is directed by Michael Hirschorn and is already two


Kickstart Sunday: LOST IN AMERICA

This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the upcoming documentary Lost in America, directed by Rotimi Rainwater. The film profiles America’s homeless youth by interviewing kids across the country who are forced to live on the streets.  Although this looks like an


Kickstart Sunday: PUTNEY

This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the upcoming horror film, Putney, from writer/director Stewart Thorndike.  Thorndike just recently released her last film, Lyle, for free via their website at  I’m always a big supporter of female directors


Kickstart Sunday: THE SLEEPING ROOM

This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the very creepy looking horror flick, The Sleeping Room, from writer/director John Shackleton.  Taking place in modern day Brighton, the film revolves around a young call girl who unwittingly unleashes some crazy evil into the world.



Kickstart Sunday: The Scarecrow Project

Earlier this week we mentioned The Scarecrow Project, which aims to convert Seattle’s Scarecrow Video into a non-profit organization.  Scarecrow houses the world’s largest home video collection, with over 120,000 titles.

Although we previously mentioned this project, this is a noble cause


Kickstart Sunday: THE POWER OF GLOVE

As a child, as soon as I saw the amazingly bad Nintendo commercial that was stretched into a feature-length movie, The Wizard, I wanted a Power Glove so bad.  Although Santa never placed one under our tree during the holidays, I did have


Kickstart Sunday: BUCKET

This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes from The Lucas Brothers and their documentary Bucket, which looks at bucket drummers on the streets of Chicago.  The film looks to be a much a love letter to Chicago as an expose on


Kickstart Sunday: M / M

Although I know very little about this week’s Kickstart Sunday pick, M / M, from director Drew Lint, it seems like one of those great experimental mind benders that the less you know the better.  From what I can gather,