Tribeca Film Festival 2017 review: ‘Buster’s Mal Heart’ is chilling and downright weird.

An eccentric mountain man is on the run from the authorities, surviving the winter by breaking into empty vacation homes in a remote community. Regularly calling into radio talk shows, Read More →

Review: ‘GOD KNOWS WHERE I AM’ documentary is a tragic look at mental illness.

In January 2008, the body of a homeless woman is found in an abandoned New Hampshire farmhouse. Beside the body, lies a diary that documents the last months of her Read More →

DOC NYC Review: ‘AFTER FIRE’ proves that women in the military are not equal.

AFTER FIRE Synopsis: Set in the military outpost of San Antonio, Texas, AFTER FIRE highlights the challenges faced by the fastest-growing group of American veterans: women, who now account for one in Read More →

NYFF54 Review: ’20th CENTURY WOMEN’, the ladies have it.

20th CENTURY WOMEN Mike Mills 2016 USA 118 minutes Mike Mills’s texturally and behaviorally rich new comedy seems to keep redefining itself as it goes along, creating a moving group Read More →

NYFF54 Review: ‘I HAD NOWHERE TO GO’ is one of the most unique cinematic experiences I’ve ever had.

I HAD NOWHERE TO GO Douglas Gordon 2016 Germany 97 minutes Autobiography and biography merge in this often shattering, sometimes absurdly funny collaboration between two polymath artists, Douglas Gordon and Read More →

Review: ‘JACK GOES HOME’ proves that Rory Culkin is terrifyingly good at his job.

They say you can never go home again. Maybe some of us should heed this advice depending on the skeletons in our closets. In Thomas Dekker‘s new film JACK GOES Read More →

NYFF54 Reviews: ‘SIERANEVADA’ & ‘THE REHEARSAL’

SIERANEVADASieranevada takes a peek inside a grieving family and the reality of being stuck in a small space with the people you love and hate. Days after the death of Read More →

Review: ‘DON’T WORRY BABY’, Daddy’s got you.

Don't Worry Baby

Presents DON’T WORRY BABY The modern family dynamic can be complicated, at best. With the divorce rate at 50%, blended families are more the norm than anything else. The idea Read More →

Review: ‘The American Side’ reincarnates film noir

In the director’s statement on the film’s website, Jenna Ricker explains that she was inspired by Hitchcock and 70s conspiracy thrillers, but that wasn’t really my experience. As I started Read More →

Review: ‘3RD STREET BLACKOUT’ shines through the dark.

Paladin presents 3RD STREET BLACKOUT Opening TODAY April 29th Co-created by and co-starring Negin Farsad  (“The Muslims Are Coming!,” “Nerdcore Rising,” TED Fellow) and Jeremy Redleaf (Streamy Award Winner “Odd Read More →

Tribeca Film Festival Review: ‘TIGER RAID’ is a spectacular test of loyalty.

World Premiere in the Midnight Category Section at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival Starring:  Brian Gleeson (Snow White and the Huntsman, The Eagle), Damien Molony (Suspects), Sofia Boutella (Kingsman: The Read More →

Tribeca Interview/Review: Razor sharp ‘Women Who Kill’ from NYC director Ingrid Jungermann

In Women Who Kill, Morgan and Jean are an ex-couple who live together and host a podcast together on women serial killers in Park Slope, Brooklyn. When Morgan starts dating Read More →

‘CABIN FEVER’ reboot leaves a familiar taste in your mouth.

Presents CABIN FEVER A Film By Travis Zariwny Executive Produced By Eli Roth IN THEATERS FEBRUARY 12TH NEW YORK & LOS ANGELES In 2002, Writer/Director/Producer, Eli Roth, brought us the Read More →

[FLASHBACK] Tribeca Film Festival review & podcast: TUMBLEDOWN will win hearts and fans. Including the audio from our roundtable interview with Jason Sudeikis, Dianna Agron, Director Sean Mewshaw, and Writer Desiree Van Til.

Music is part of our souls. It can heal, it can hurt, it’s like a sense memory. We’ve lost great artists in their prime like, Leonard Cohen, Kurt Cobain, and Read More →

Review/Interview: OITNB star Nick Sandow talks ‘THE WANNABE’

            Presents THE WANNABE Respect isn’t earned. It’s stolen. Written & Directed & Co-Starring Nick Sandow (Captuto on Orange is the New Black) Executive Produced by Academy Award Winner Martin Scorsese Read More →

Review: ‘THE LADY IN THE VAN’ is Alan Bennett’s mostly true story brought to life by Dame Maggie Smith and Alex Jennings

The Lady in the Van, Alan Bennett’s adaptation of his commercial and critical West End hit, based on his own bestselling memoir will open in New York & Los Angeles Read More →

Review: ‘CHRISTMAS, AGAIN’ is a true NYC character study.

  Presents CHRISTMAS, AGAIN Starring Kentucker Audley and Hannah Gross Written, Produced & Directed by Charles Poekel The holidays inevitably spark memories of both the good times and the bad. Read More →

Review: Experience a joyride to hell in ‘SUBMERGED’.

Presents SUBMERGED  SYNOPSIS: A limousine joyride goes berserk in this breathless, pulse-pounding thriller. Jonathan Bennett stars as an ex-soldier turned bodyguard hired to protect a young woman. But while cruising Read More →

Interview: ‘JAMES WHITE’ writer/director Josh Mond and star Christopher Abbott talk about this visceral film that takes hold of the viewer.

I had the opportunity to sit down with writer/director Josh Mond and star Christopher Abbott of JAMES WHITE this week. We chat this volatile and spectacular film and how it effected Read More →

Review: ‘JAMES WHITE’ makes escaping reality impossible.

        Josh Mond’s JAMES WHITE Starring Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon, and Scott “Kid Cudi” Mescudi If you’ve ever watched someone die from cancer… if you’ve ever seen the downward Read More →