Lynn Shelton gives us the natural outpouring of a moment in time through the emotions and conversations of fully realized characters.
THE LIMEHOUSE GOLEM is a weirdly compelling treatment of the performative aspect to a serial killer.
The 2017 Eastern Oregon Film Festival is gearing up to kick off October 19-21 in La Grande, OR and yesterday the full lineup of films was announced.
This week’s short film pick comes to us from director Sorrel Brae with A Film By Vera Vaughn.
ANTI MATTER is a victim of its own execution
This year’s Beyond Fest, LA’s biggest genre film festival is gearing up to kick off September 29th and today the full lineup of films has been announced.
CIRCUS KANE has its handcrafted charms, but the production is penny wise and pound foolish.
Magnolia has released the trailer for the upcoming comedy The Square, Ruben Östlund‘s followup to to the wonderful Force Majeure and winner of this year’s Palme D’
Oscilloscope has released a new trailer for the upcoming documentary Brimstone & Glory, directed by Viktor Jakovleski and produced by Benh Zeitlin and Court 13 (Beasts of the S
This week, Adam and Kevin talk about the films of Tobe Hooper and review Poltergeist, The Funhouse, and Spontaneous Combustion.
The Evil In Us is a drab and annoying cabin-in-the-woods horror movie where, surprise, the monster was inside of us all along.
One of the more exciting things about this year’s Fantastic Fest (and believe me there are a TON of exciting things) is the announcement that the festival will be branching
This week’s short film pick comes to us from director Christopher Jason Bell and his film And By We I Mean Me.
THE SPACE BETWEEN never finds an identity of its own.
Kill Me Please works as a well shot story of adolescence, but doesn’t delve far enough into its intriguing premise.
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