In honor of National Dog Day, Ryan watches Man's Best Friend from 1993.
Vinegar Syndrome announced its lineup for October 2017, featuring a fantastic new batch of exploitation goodness coming to your home.
This week, Adam and Kevin take a look at two newly released indies with reviews of the comedy Lemon and the drama Gook.
Tiff has announced the full lineup for their Discovery Program at this year’s festival, which contains 45 new films from first and second time filmmakers from all over the gl
Logan Lucky strips away the complexities of the genre and frames it around the common man’s hopes for a big score.
This week, in honor of National I Love My Feet Day, Ryan watches the John Waters classic Polyester from 1981.
Janicza Bravo’s debut feature, Lemon, is a triptych of a mediocre man named Isaac (played by Brett Gelman), a stunted man with a deteriorating set of social skills who currently fi
California Typewriter lives and dies on the visible passion of its interviewees, and the implied passion of its director.
I’ve been a huge fan of director Anna Biller since I first saw Viva back in 2007 and The Love Witch ended up being one of my favorites of last year, so it’s very exciti
Justin Chon's GOOK presents a consistent and well developed creative vision
The Criterion Collection has revealed their lineup for November 2017, which includes new releases of George Cukor‘s The Philadelphia Story, Donna Deitch‘s Desert Hearts
Lea Pool’s film is a pleasing affair of little risk and even less payoff.
A new trailer has been released for Caroline Golum‘s upcoming comedy A Feast of Man, which revolves around an eccentric millionaire who passes away and has a very special req
The second annual Brooklyn Film Festival is gearing up to kick off October 12 – 15 with their first wave of films being announced today.
As the title of Bill Waterson’s comedy Dave Made a Maze suggests, Dave does indeed make a maze — and what a maze it is.
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