The Farewell What a beautiful tapestry we weave when the threads of inclusion and diversity are laced into the fabric of an industry. Such is the case with a Hollywood currently at the forefront of the inclusion and representation movement. Lots of work still needs to be done, but ...

Clownado

It’s over the BIG TOP fun when Big Ronnie (John O’Hara) and his Circus of A Thousand Wonders arrives in your town!  Your ass better hightail it for the hills! Clownado, written and directed by Todd Sheets (Dreaming Purple Neon, Bonehill Road), knows exactly ...

GwenArthouse films have a lot to offer fans of the horror genre.  Gwen, operating as a feminist folk tale, is yet another example of that statement.    ...

The Nightingale The trees on this godless land are bare throughout The Nightingale.  They look like crooked fingers stretching up toward an empty sky that offers nothing but darkness.  So, too appears the land surrounding Clare Carrol’s (Aisling Franciosi) home.  She’s an Irish convict trying to get clear of Tasmania ...

D-Railed (2019)All aboard!  The Murder Mystery Train is ready to depart the station! Treacherous curves lie ahead, but so does a most unexpected and dastardly switch at the crossings ...

Wicked Witches (2019)There’s something wrong with Dumpling Farm.  What was once a weekend party place has been turned into a place where a lot of young men simply go missing.  Weird.  Even the local authorities, scared off by stories about witches and other supernatural stuff, are a bit too ...

The Night Sitter (2019)Totally Rad!  The Giallo gets gleeful and brightly GORY-fied thanks to The Night Sitter from Roller Disco Massacre and Uncork’d Entertainment.  Mark my words, this neon-soaked independent film, set around the Christmas season, will definitely become ...

The Lion King (2019)Overpowering the strength of the story and the splendor of the visuals in Disney’s new live-action remake of its classic African savanna parable The Lion King, is the nagging question of why? Why is Disney leaning so hard into its ambition of regurgitating all of  ...

American Killing (2019)

Sometimes, that feeling of being watched is not wrong. Amy and the Alien, a once favorite show on a cartoon network, is teetering on the verge of cancellation.  Only two seasons in and it’s do or die time.  And Jeb, the show’s ...

Black BridgeThe hair.  The metal.  The attitude.  And the satanic rituals. Black Bridge, written and directed by Kevin Doherty (Lights Camera BLOOD!), is a brutally funny look back at a time from my youth when parents lost their minds and blamed ...

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