Aside from its goofy title and uniquely strange villain, Alan Lo’s Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight plays out like numerous other zombie comedies that we’ve seen over the last de
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Mark Brennan and his short film Twelfth Man, telling the true story of a theatre company attempting to perform Sha
Another restoration is slated for the screen, this time premiering at Quad Cinema this July 14th, by way of Rialto Pictures, is Andrzej Zulawski’s L’important C’est D’aimer from 19
This week’s short film pick comes to us from director Jack Turits and his film Have Had.
Combining tropes from classic Hong Kong vampire comedies of decades past with more contemporary vampire tales, Sin-Hang Chiu and Pak-Wing Yan’s Vampire Cleanup Department is a fun
Mixing animation with live-action photography is a consistently compelling tactic in contemporary filmmaking.
Perhaps one of the most divisive – if not the most divisive – issue in modern American politics is that of abortion.
This week, in honor of War of the Planet of the Apes hitting theaters, Ryan watches another Matt Reeves directed film with The Pallbearer.
Shudder has unveiled a new trailer for the surreal horror flick Kuso, directed by Steve AKA Steve Ellison AKA Flying Lotus.
Magnolia has released the trailer for Janicza Bravo‘s upcoming comedy Lemon, starring Brett Gelman as a lemon of a human being.
Filled to the brim with near-constant, brutal violence, Tetsuya Mariko’s Destruction Babies is an artfully crafted tale of nihilism and lost youth set against the backdrop of a hot
Derek Tsang's Soul Mate is an interesting, if never fully compelling, romantic drama about the love and friendship shared by Ansheng (Zhou Dongyu) and Qiyue (Sandra Ma), two Chines
This week, Adam and Kevin go mainstream with a review of Spider-Man: Homecoming and talk about some other stuff including Baby Driver, A Cure For Wellness, and Turn It Around: The
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Carl Bird McLaughlin and his short film Human Sun.
Maybe it’s nothing more than a nod to Noboru Tanaka’s 1972 film, The Night of the Felines.
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