‘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
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-
This week on Kickstart Sunday, we’d like to highlight the upcoming documentaryA Brief History of Time Travel from director Gisella Bustillos. This film aims to explore our obsession with time travel, and looks at how the concept has
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
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
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 lylemovie.com. I’m always a big supporter of
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.
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
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
As a fan of avant-garde cinema, I’m very excited to showcase this week’s Kicktsart Sunday pick, Desire Will Set You Free, from director Yony Leyser. The film follows the lives of a select group of people that live within
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
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
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from German director Adolfo Kolmerer and his film Snowflake. Snowflake appears to be something of a genre mash-up combining elements of science fiction, crime, and fantasy all rolled into one crazy looking
This week's Kickstart Sunday feature comes to us from director Lance Edmands and his drama Bluebird. The film stars John Slattery, Amy Morton, Louisa Krause, Margo Martindale, and Adam Driver, and revolves around the interconnected relationships between inhabitants of a small logging community, and a tragic event that rocks it to its core.
Japanese horror films never cease to scare the crap out of me, and Hiroshi Katagiri‘s Gehenna looks like it will be no exception. Just look at the still above and tell me that doesn’t creep you out just a bit.
Back in 2005, Gael García Bernal and Diego Luna helped launch Ambulante, a yearly film festival that tours Mexico bringing people new and thought provoking documentaries. Now, Luna and Bernal are gearing up to bring this festival to the U.S.