Review: Jared Leto executive produced doc ‘HOLY HELL’ leaves a singed psyche.

HOLY HELL Opening Theatrically May 27th, 2016 A Film by Will Allen Executive Produced by Jared Leto *Sundance Film Festival – Official Selection* What makes something a cult? According to the Read More →

Review: ‘WELCOME TO HAPPINESS’ is a quirky guide through what-if.

Presents WELCOME TO HAPPINESS Opening In Theaters & On Demand May 20th What if you had the option to change a single moment in your past? Would you take it? We all 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 →

Liz’s Review: ‘EVERY SECRET THING’ is a twisted tale of emotional manipulation.

Laura Lippman‘s best-selling novel Every Secret Thing has been brought to life by Academy Award(r) Nominated Filmmaker Amy Berg. Two 11 year old girls are convicted of kidnapping and killing a Read More →

Girls On Film Podcast: Interview with the ‘I AM BIG BIRD’ filmmakers Chad Walker and Dave LaMattina.

Hands down one of the most touching documentaries to come out of theTribeca Film festival last year is I AM BIG BIRD. This is the heartwarming story of the man Read More →

‘The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out The Window and Disappeared’ is finally available in the U.S.!

This incredibly funny and endearing film is one of the most upbeat things I’ve seen this year. Long story short, not unlike the title suggests, Allan is turning 100 and Read More →

Arnold Schwarzenegger, Abigail Breslin, and Joely Richardson star in ‘MAGGIE’ – a post-apocalyptic Zombie flick with Midwestern flare and some incredible acting.

There is no denying that most of us are fans of anything zombie genre. With The Walking Dead becoming a televised phenomenon, we got to see a story line based Read More →

‘I AM BIG BIRD’ hugs your heart and soul. Liz talks childhood flashbacks and this touching documentary.

When I was a very small child, my mother would set me up each morning on my little wooden and plastic potty with a tray of cheerios and Sesame Street. Read More →

‘The Ladies of the House’ serves up the smart and sexy. Liz talks flipping the script on genre protagonists.

Typical horror gene fair has the protagonist as a weak young woman who is constantly running up the stairs only to get stabbed during sex or in the shower. While Read More →