Review: ‘Queen of the Desert’… More Like, Queen of the Deserted

Queen of the Desert Theatrical release date: April 7, 2017 VOD (Video On Demand) release date: April 14, 2017 Guest review from Reel Reviews Over Brews Queen of the Desert starring Nicole Kidman, is the true story behind Gertrude Bell, an English writer and traveler, among many other titles. She explored, mapped, and formed strong relationships with leaders of the Middle East. Her accomplishments lead Read More →

Review: ‘WOLVES’ depicts a young man trapped between boyhood and manhood.

Presents Bart Freundlich’s new film WOLVES From the famous courts of West 4th Street, to the tenements overlooking the bridges of the lower east side, Wolves paints an original, diverse, and emotional portrait of a boy becoming a man in New York City. 18-year-old, Anthony Keller is a high school basketball star. Now in his senior year he is being 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 Kenneth Williams (12 Years a Slave, RoboCop, “The Wire”), Maya Rudolph (“Saturday Night Live,” Bridesmaids, Big Hero 6), Kristen Wiig (“Saturday Night Live,” Bridesmaids), and Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense, Pay Read More →

Trailer of the Day: The Anti-Romance – ‘Hungry Hearts’ with Adam Driver

***WILL BE RELEASED THEATRICALLY IN NEW YORK ON FRIDAY, JUNE 5*** New York City newlyweds Jude (Girls’ Adam Driver) and Mina (I Am Love’s Alba Rohrwacher) have a seemingly perfect relationship. But things take an unsettling turn with the birth of their son. Convinced that the baby must be kept free of all contaminants, Mina develops fanatical obsessions with veganism, cleanliness, Read More →

IFC Center Announces QUEER/ART/FILM’S Second Annual Special Summer Season, “BLACK SUMMER NIGHTS”

Each film in the series arrives at the theme of queer blackness in cinema from a different nexus of history, performance, originality, oppression, victory, adversity and fabulousness. Actor Colman Domingo’s choice is Mahogany (1975 – dir. Berry Gordy), starring Diana Ross as a working class woman from pre-gentrified Chicago who rises to become a top model and fashion designer in Rome. Mr. Read More →

13 New Movies Premiering On Demand This February

David Cross is releasing his new movie, HITS, in theaters and available via BitTorrent as a Pay-What-You-Want release. There’s actually a Special Pay-What-You-Want Screening Event at Nitehawk Cinemas in Brooklyn. Sorry, it’s sold out already. The big surprise is the quiet release of The Rewrite, starring (are you ready for this?) Hugh Grant, Marisa Tomei, Allison Janney, J.K. Simmons and Chris Elliott.

Melissa’s Monday Movie: ‘Crystal Fairy’ With Michael Cera & Gaby Hoffman

Based on a true story, this really random journey hinges on the complete unlikeability of Michael Cera and the Gaby Hoffman’s outlandish behavior. On a trip through Chile a boorish American expat named Jamie (Michael Cera) and three Chilean brothers plan to set off in search of the prized San Pedro cactus and its promise of beachy hallucinations. But in the previous night’s Read More →