Review: EMELIE is a parent’s worst nightmare.

presents EMELIE Directed by: Michael Thelin Starring: Sarah Bolger (ABC’s “Once Upon a Time,” AMC’s “Into the Badlands” )  In Theaters and On Demand March 4, 2016  As a parent, all you want is for your family babysitter to care for your kids like you would.. When you do find a reliable sitter, you hold onto then for dear life. But what happens when, once in a Read More →

Review: ‘UNCLE NICK’ is not your typical holiday fare.

Presents Oh, the holidays. A time for an overabundance of food, gifts, parties… and family. Inevitably, someone is going to get a dinner role thrown at them, or maybe that only happens in my family. In the end, love or hate each other, spending time with the people you grew up with will lead to some of the best and Read More →

Review & Interview: ‘APPLESAUCE’ writer/director talks total weirdness and hilarity.

What’s the worst thing you’ve ever done? Just one seemingly innocent question is the spark that ignites the entire rest of one quirky and fantastic film. Onur Tukel’s APPLESAUCE will get under your skin and inside your psyche.  Synopsis:  Every Tuesday night, radio talk show host Stevie Bricks invites his listeners to call in and share “the worst thing they’ve Read More →

Liz’s Review: Vengeance and Religion drive the fight in ‘REDEEMER’

Guilt is a loud devil on your shoulder. The past can drive you mad or drive you to change… sometimes a little bit of both. In Ernesto Diaz Espinoza‘s new film REDEEMER, a man known only by this title is a mysterious figure, righting wrongs among his small Chilean community. Tortured by an unthinkable past that is slowly revealed as Read More →

Check out the hauntingly cool poster for ‘We Are Still Here’ in Theaters & VOD June 5th

Hot off the heels of a hugely successful festival run, Dark Sky Films is proud to announce the theatrical and VOD release of Ted Geoghegan’s directorial debut, WE ARE STILL HERE.  Featuring a dream cast of genre film veterans, WE ARE STILL HERE hits theaters and VOD on June 5, 2015. After the death of their college age son, Anne and Paul Sacchetti Read More →