As a newly discovered fan of H.P. Lovecraft, it pleases me to present this week’s Kickstart Sunday pick, Mountains of Madness, an animated featured length film based on the Lovecraft novella. This story has never been adapted into a film
If you tell me you’re making a sci-fi noir in black and white, I’m already completely on board. Such is the case with Ben Sledge‘s short film The Recursion Theorem. The film draws influence from The Twilight Zone, classic Hitchcock,
Okay guys, I know what you’re thinking- why are we featuring Reading Rainbow as this week’s Kickstart Sunday pick when it’s not really a film and it certainly doesn’t need any additional help in getting funded? Well, the answer is
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the very stylish looking Fonotune: An Electric Fairytale from writer/director Fabian Huebner. This science fiction film promises to blend Japanese cinema, graphic design, and comic books- three things I happen to love. With talent including Guitar
Growing up with the wonderfully macabre art of Edward Gorey, it’s great to see a documentary finally being made about the life of this great artist. The Edward Gorey Documentary, from director Christopher Seufert, was shot from 1996 through Mr.
This week on Kickstart Sunday, we’re featuring the upcoming indie horror flick Beacon Point, from director Eric Blue. This thriller revolves around a group of hikers who become lost while traversing the Appalachian Trail, only to discover an ancient secret
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from director Alex Liu and his upcoming documentary A Sexplanation. The film aims to take a scientific and entertaining look at sex in the modern world “starting with the premise that pleasure
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the latest film from Jared and Brandon Drake, creators of the wonderfully absurd Visioneers from 2008. Mack Luster was the fake ’80s show Zach Galifianakis‘ character was watching in the film and now
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the short film Dog Bowl, from director Gordy Hoffman. Although I don’t know too much about this film, it looks completely absurd in the best kind of way so I’m completely on board. I do
As a fan of weird children’s films of the ’80s, this week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is something very near and dear to my heart. Spectacular Optical Book One: KID POWER! is an upcoming book from Kier-La Janisse that celebrates cult classics
As a big supporter of independent horror, how can I not promote a film titled Child Eater? Based on the previously Kickstarted short film, a feature length version from director Erlingur Thoroddsen is in the works, but it needs your
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the wonderful looking short film De Toque A Toque by director Stephanie Sandoval. This short takes place in Chile in 1978, a time when a country-wide curfew caused kids to find new ways to have
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick comes to us from producer/director Don Lewis and his upcoming documentary Culling the Herd (working title). The film takes a look at modern organic cattle farming, and the challenges farmers are facing. Lewis previously directed
As a huge fan of Lee Hardcastle‘s animation, I’m very happy to present this week’s Kickstart Sunday pick, Spook Train. This feature length horror anthology promises plenty of clay blood and guts and will be filmed in 4K and 3D.
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the documentary The Guy with the Knife by director Alison Armstrong. This film takes a look at Jon Buice, who committed a hate crime in 1991 and was sentenced to 45 years in prison.
This week’s Kickstart Sunday pick is the documentary Surviving Cliffside, which is set to make its world premiere at this year’s SXSW Festival. In the film, director Jon Matthews returns to his hometown to chronicle the lives of his family