Review: ‘Game Changers’ Has Stiffer Acting Than Competition, But Still A Must See For Gamers

Game Changers Available on DVD & Digital HD: July 11, 2017 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews Game Changers is about lifelong friends Bryan (Brian Bernys) and Scott (Jake Albarella). Bryan 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 Read More →

DVD Review: ‘THE SPOILS BEFORE DYING’ is another hit for Funny Or Die and IFC

THE SPOILS BEFORE DYING  Starring Michael Kenneth Williams, Maya Rudolph  and Kristen Wiig Available on DVD as of June 7, 2016 “The Spoils Before Dying” showcases an all-star cast including, Michael Read More →

Reel News Daily Exclusive Clip: Go Behind-the-scenes of the WAR & PEACE mini-series coming to Blu-Ray May 10th.

BBC recently produced a spectacular new adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s timeless novel, where three young people experience life, love and loss against the epic backdrop of Russia’s wars with Napoleon. The Read More →

Two newly restored gems from AGNÈS VARDA and starring JANE BIRKIN now available on Amazon and on iTunes and Blu-Ray March 8th.

CINELICIOUS PICS & CINE-TAMARIS PRESENT: JANE B. PAR AGNÈS V. and KUNG-FU MASTER!  JANE B. PAR AGNÈS V. “I’ll look at you, but not at the camera. It could be Read More →

First Run Features’ “The New Rijksmuseum” Is Out Now on DVD

Just in time for holiday shopping for those documentary lovers in your life, First Run Features have released their incredible documentary, The New Rijksmuseum. Feel free to re-read my review Read More →

Review: ‘Back in Time’- A Look Back at 30 Years of ‘Back to the Future’

The Back to the Future trilogy is one of the most important film franchises in history and one that is near and dear to my heart. This year not only marks Read More →

Bluray Review: Bobcat Goldthwait’s documentary on comedian Barry Crimmins – ‘Call Me Lucky’

For his first documentary, director Bobcat Goldthwait chose to profile the a man whom he met as an “angry teenager” and who is still one of his dearest friends. Call Read More →

Jeremy’s Review: Spike Lee’s “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus” a Nod to Indie Roots, But Ultimately Falls Short on Execution

Spike Lee is a lot like Stanley Kubrick to me in that they are both hit or miss directors that can wow me with one film and completely lose me Read More →

Michael’s Review: ‘Greatful Dead’- A Twisted Tale of Love and Obsession

Philadelphia Independent Film Festival, in partnership with the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival, will screen Greatful Dead on April 17th as the opening night film of the festival! As an added bonus, Read More →

Michael’s Review: ‘Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead’- A Fun New Twist on The Zombie Genre

Zombies are at the height of their popularity, but there is no genre more saturated and tiresome. It’s a genre that has become a parody of itself, so when a Read More →

Liz’s Review: ‘1971’ looks a lot like 2015

In grade school we all read the George Orwell classic, 1984. “Big Brother Is Watching.” With technology as sophisticated as it is is now, we are not a far cry from Read More →

Jeremy’s Review: Mami Sunada’s ‘The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness’ Is an Incredible Look Inside Studio Ghibli and More Specifically How Hayao Miyazaki Creates

Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, Castle in the Sky, My Neighbor Totoro, Kiki’s Delivery Service, Porco Rosso, Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, Ponyo and The Wind Rises. Recognize Read More →

Michael’s Review: ‘Americons’- The Price of Success is Sometimes Too High

Like The Wolf of Wall Street and Boiler Room before it, Americons aims to take on the topic of greed in this country, but this time, the real estate fiasco which occurred during the Read More →

Retro Review: ‘Boyhood’- Growing Up is Hard to Do

All too many times Hollywood uses the phrase “Once in a Lifetime” to describe a film that we’ve encountered way too many times before, but finally, a director and film Read More →