Review: ‘Score: A Film Music Documentary’

Score: A Film Music Documentary is an extraordinary look into the work of some of Hollywood’s most iconic film composers. These artists create a sound simply from an emotion described by the films’ directors, and do so within pressing time constraints. Composers who created music from films such as Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean, Titanic, Psycho, James Bond, Social Network, and Read More →

Review: Don’t get trapped in ‘The Snare’

C.A. Cooper’s first feature length film debut, The Snare, is the story of Alice (Eaoifa Forward) who heads out to a vacant vacation complex for a drunken weekend, with her friend Lizzy (Rachel Warren) and her boyfriend Carl (Dan Paton). Despite the fact that they were knowingly trespassing, they didn’t expect the hell that they would soon be trapped in. This Read More →

Review: Unveiling an international empire in the astounding documentary “Tickled”

Catfish meets Compliance in David Farrier and Dylan Reeve’s jaw-dropping documentary Tickled. David Farrier is a New Zealand journalist who stumbled upon what seemed like just an unusual sport of men’s competitive tickling but instead triggered an incredibly, threatening backlash as he decided to dig deeper for more information on this funny entertainment piece. After Farrier discovered the world of men’s competitive endurance Read More →

Review: Wechsler’s Mind-Boggling Thriller ‘Altered Minds’

Imagine a loving guardian; someone who cares for you as your soul protector. This person has supported you and your dreams for as long as you can remember. Then one day a memory surfaces into an eye-opening nightmare. A memory of a time when you were no longer protected. A time when you became altered. Michael Wechsler’s film Altered Minds shows how Read More →

Jordan’s Review: Accepting “The Invitation”

Forget everything you know about the past films of director (Karyn Kusama) and writers (Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi). These filmmakers have created a new style and beginning for themselves in the genre of suspense that will sincerely put audiences on the edge of their seat; The Invitation is their new beginning.  After two years since the tragic event that split Read More →

Review: ‘Yalom’s Cure’ fights darkness and seeks illumination

Irvin D. Yalom, is an inspiring, 80-year-old psychotherapist who believes the best cure for many of our everyday concerns are the relationships we have throughout our lives. Irvin studied the many ways of psychoanalysis and came to the conclusion that love is a powerful tool and necessity when it comes to finding happiness. Yalom’s Cure, directed and written by Sabine Gisiger, Read More →

Review: The raw nature of ‘Glassland’ will leave you broken hearted

America has fortunately be given another profoundly great Irish Film. After the overwhelming feelings of isolation we felt with the Irish film, Room (2015); our emotions take another beating when witnessing the physical and mental consequences of alcoholism in Gerard Barrett’s Glassland. The film had an incredible cast who really blew me away with their performances. Alcoholism is not a joke, and this film will Read More →

Review: ‘Body’ Pays Tribute to Psychological Thrillers

Body is the story of three friends who spend their entire Christmas Eve night deciding if they should call the police or cover up an accidental murder. This film toys with your morals leaving you wondering how you would handle this situation. Brought to us from Oscilloscope Laboratories, comes a film of a simple story, with a disturbing symbolic nature. Read More →

Review: ‘The Letters’ Teaching Us The True Meaning Of Charity

Now approaching the holiday season we start thinking of charity, family, and love. Some donate food and some volunteer at shelters and hospitals. This time of year makes us feel the need to give to those who are less fortunate. However, Mother Teresa gave more than her charity a month or two out of the year, she served the poorest Read More →

Review: ‘What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy’, A Look Inside A Truly Thought-Provoking Narrative

Imagine your father, the man you see him as, the loving memories you shared with him. Now imagine that same man when someone tells you that he had taken part in one of the worst genocides in history. Would it change your view of him? Would you hate him? Would you still love him? Niklas Frank and Horst Von Wächter had Read More →

Review: Experience a Mother’s Worst Nightmare in ‘The Diabolical’

This Friday comes a smart and unique horror story of a single mother’s own hellish reality. Thanks to XLrator Media and the directing of Alistair Lengrand, their film The Diabolical will keep you guessing all the way up to the final act. For those of you who are struggling in finding a decent horror film, this one may be worth the Read More →

Review: ‘A Christmas Horror Story’

We are approaching the best time of the year, however this year, Christmas has come a little early. For those of you who enjoy the hilarity of over dramatized gore and horror, look no further, we have found the perfect holiday classic that would make a killer drinking game. This October audiences will be given the pleasure of celebrating the upcoming Read More →

NEW Mockingjay Part 2 Trailer Tributing Katniss and Prim’s Sisterhood

The new trailer and poster for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 has been released earlier today and so far the comments on it have been mixed. This is Lionsgate’s final installment for the Hunger Games movie franchise, where we will finally get to see Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) take on the Capitol. In this new trailer we see glimpses in the Read More →

Jordan’s Review: Why you shouldn’t ‘Pay the Ghost’.

For those of you who are excited for this October’s spooky festivities, you may be better off turning your attention away from Nicolas Cage’s new horror flick, Pay the Ghost. Alongside the lackluster Academy Award Winner is The Walking Dead actress, Sarah Wayne Callies, who out of the two of them, gave a more believable performance. The film was brought to us by critically acclaimed German Read More →

The Official Trailer for the Most Bizarre Romance, ‘The Lobster’

This is one trailer that will truly peak your interests. From Greek Director and Screenwriter Yorgos Lanthimos (Dog Tooth), comes the tale of a bizarre romance in his new film The Lobster, starring Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz. This is the story of a man in a dystopian future that is required to find a mate in forty-five days; if he Read More →

Review: Shedding Light on ‘Chloe and Theo’

It all began with a dream. A dream that the world would receive a fatal kiss from the sun and the ice in the north would retreat. Director and screenwriter, Ezna Sands exhibits the concerns for our environmental well-being in his heartfelt cli-fi (climate change fiction), Chloe and Theo. Theo (Theo Ikummaq), an Arctic Inuit man, was told about this dream Read More →

Watch Eddie Redmayne Take on the Performance of His Life in the Offical Trailer for “The Danish Girl”

Based off of the novel written by David Ebershoff, director Tom Hooper (Les Miserables) and actors Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything) and Alicia Vikander (Ex-Machina) beautifully illustrate the powerful true story of Lili Elbe in their new film The Danish Girl. This is the overwhelming journey of Einar Wegener’s transition into the woman he knew he was meant to be. Read More →

New Poster and Trailer for ‘Trash’ starring Martin Sheen and Rooney Mara

From the director of Academy nominated films, The Hours and The Reader, comes a story of an incredible revolution in Stephen Daldry’s new film, Trash. With big name stars such as, Martin Sheen and Rooney Mara, Trash shows us that big changes can come from the most unexpected places. This is the story of three boys who worked by scavenging in the Read More →

Hide Your Thoughts, the NEW Trailer and Poster for ‘Listening’ has been released

From first time director Khalil Sullins, comes an indie, sci-fi thriller about the technological discovery of telepathy. Listening, follows the lives of three grad students who figured out that the only computer that is smart enough to get inside the human mind is simply another human mind; together they create the technology to connect two human brains. Although, in spite Read More →

New ‘Youth’ Poster and Trailer are HERE!

We have the offical trailer and second movie poster for Italian director Paolo Sorrentino’s film, Youth. Fred Ballinger (Michael Caine) is a retired orchestra cunductor who is offered a chance to perform at Prince Phillip’s Birthday. He receives the invitation while he is on holiday in the alps with his close friend Mick Boyle (Harvey Keitel) and Daughter, Lena (Rachel Weisz). Together they Read More →