Review: ‘All About Nina’ is comedy with darkness and brilliance.

We’re living in a world where we have an admitted sexual predator in the White House. We’re living in a moment in time where women are sick and tired of being trampled on, blamed, persecuted, broken, and made to relive their trauma over and over. In dark times we seek escapism. Movies and theater and art keep us grounded. They Read More →

Surprise! ‘Cloverfield’ Sequel in Coming and We Have the Trailer!

Surprise! a secret trailer from Bad Robot has been unveiled to be an upcoming sequel to creature feature Cloverfield and will hit theaters on March 11, 2016! Have a look below. The film is produced by J.J. Abrams and is directed by Dan Trachtenberg. The film stars John Goodman, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and John Gallagher Jr. The script was written by Josh Read More →

Jeremy’s Review/Interview: Mary Elizabeth Winstead Is Outstanding in Chris Messina’s Lovely Directorial Debut ‘Alex of Venice’ + interview with Mary herself(!)

Living in Middle America, I sometimes miss seeing films until way after their release. It’s part of my lot in life and I have learned to accept this. Films that appear at festivals sometime don’t get picked up for distribution and are lost in cinematic purgatory. Lucky for me, as well as all of you out there who weren’t lucky Read More →

Jeremy’s Review: Riley Stearns’ ‘Faults’ Gives a Killer Twist on Cult Life

Cults are fucking terrifying to me. Watch Martha Marcy May Marlene and try not to be creeped the hell out. There is so much psychological warfare that goes on in these stories that it’s easy to question whether or not you would be able to resist the charms of a charismatic leader who says the right things to you at Read More →

Michael’s Review: ‘Kill The Messenger’- International Thriller Starring Jeremy Renner

It’s Oscar season and time for the latest crop of award hopefuls to start to spring up in your local theaters. One category that is a favorite of Academy voters is the political thriller, which defines Kill the Messenger to a tee. Directed by Michael Cuesta (Showtime’s Homeland), the film tells the true story of journalist Gary Webb, who broke the story of Read More →