Review: Can Daniel Radcliffe survive the ‘JUNGLE’?

  Based on the international best-selling memoir by Yossi Ghinsberg An enthusiastic young adventurer follows his dreams into the Amazon jungle with two friends and a guide with a mysterious past. Their journey quickly turns into a terrifying ordeal as the darkest elements of human nature and the deadliest threats of the wilderness lead to an all-out fight for survival. Daniel Radcliffe is almost Read More →

Trailer & TEDtalk: ‘THE UNCONDEMNED’ is a riveting documentary about an underdog group of lawyers and activists who defied the odds to do what had never been done: prosecute rape as an international war crime

Presents In Theaters Starting Friday October 21st A film by Michele Mitchell and Nick Louvel Featuring Original Music by Aloe Blacc and Maya Jupiter Watch their Live performance of ‘Smile’ at Global Citizen Michele Mitchell is a longtime investigative reporter, journalist and author who has covered politics and social issues for outlets such as PBS and CNN Headline News. A leading expert on the topic of rape Read More →

Review: ‘JACK GOES HOME’ proves that Rory Culkin is terrifyingly good at his job.

They say you can never go home again. Maybe some of us should heed this advice depending on the skeletons in our closets. In Thomas Dekker‘s new film JACK GOES HOME, Rory Culkin finds himself playing the title character whose loss might be his greatest gain. Or maybe it’s the other way around. I’ve see a horror film or two Read More →

Review & Press Conference: ‘BURNT’ is a tasty dish we’ve had before

Chef Adam Jones (Bradley Cooper) had it all – and lost it. A two-star Michelin rockstar with the bad habits to match, the former enfant terrible of the Paris restaurant scene did everything different every time out, and only ever cared about the thrill of creating explosions of taste. To land his own kitchen and that third elusive Michelin star Read More →

Review: ‘NASTY BABY’ is a labor of love.

PRESENTS As someone who tried to get pregnant for 8 months, I understand the frustration reading “Not Pregnant” on the test screen each month and the angst that follows. For some women, 8 months is nothing. I understand that, but at 34, time was of the essence. I am lucky enough to have a wonderful and supportive husband, and now Read More →

Review: ‘DIFRET’ will change your view of the world.

Angelina Jolie Pitt Presents DIFRET Based on a True Story In a world where most of us get to pick their spouse, arranged marriage can seem like a foreign concept. Taking it one step further than that, seems unimaginable. In DIFRET, a young lawyer travels to an Ethiopian village to represent Hirut, a 14-year-old girl who shot her would-be husband as Read More →

Review: ‘I SMILE BACK’ is Sarah Silverman’s game changer.

Presents Sarah Silverman has been making us laugh for ages now. Her raunchy comedy style is beyond funny. Though, we’ve never seen her in a role like the one she plays in I SMILE BACK. As a mother of two children, insurance salesman husband, massive house in the burbs, Silverman plays a woman on the edge of a cliff. This Read More →

Review: ‘ROOM’ is gut-wrenching and extraordinary.

  Presents What would you do to protect the ones you love? What sacrifices would you make to ensure their health and safety? ROOM pushes our “what if’s” to the brink and asks us to take a leap of faith into this harrowing story of a mother and son. ROOM tells the extraordinary story of Jack (Jacob Tremblay in a Read More →

Review: ‘MEADOWLAND’ drives Olivia Wilde to the brink.

How does one cope after the loss of a child? Do marriages survive? Can we be saved? These are all questions in an intense script lead by a masterful performance from Olivia Wilde. Sarah and Phil’s son goes missing, shattering their life together and forcing each to find their own way to cope. Cinematographer-turned-director Reed Morano presents a masterfully crafted contemplation on Read More →

Review: ‘MOMENTUM’ is action packed sexiness.

In MOMENTUM, when Alex (Olga Kurylenko), an infiltration expert with a secret past, accidentally reveals her identity during what should have been a routine heist, she quickly finds herself mixed up in a government conspiracy and entangled in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with a master assassin ( James Purefoy) and his team of killers. Armed with her own set Read More →

Review: Experience a Mother’s Worst Nightmare in ‘The Diabolical’

This Friday comes a smart and unique horror story of a single mother’s own hellish reality. Thanks to XLrator Media and the directing of Alistair Lengrand, their film The Diabolical will keep you guessing all the way up to the final act. For those of you who are struggling in finding a decent horror film, this one may be worth the Read More →

Review: ‘I Spit On Your Grave 3 Vengeance Is Mine’

When I was a high school Junior, I sat in a sexual assault seminar. The woman leading the talk asked us to take out a piece of paper, write down our name at the top, and then write down the names of our three closest friends. The she proceeded to say, “Statistics say that three out of the four of Read More →

Liz’s Review: ‘Rudderless’ is music to my ears

We all have a song that brings us back to high school. Perhaps a song that we associate with a breakup or in better cases, songs that we fell in love to. Songs are sense memories, bringing us back to a time and place. In William H Macy’s directorial debut, music is the focus of healing, discovery, and forgiveness.

Liz’s Review: ‘Dead Snow; Red VS. Dead’… Who would have thought?!

They’re not just zombies. They’re Nazi zombies. There may not be a better tag line written for a film in a long time. Fans of the 2009 hit Dead Snow, will immediately latch onto this epic sequel, Dead Snow; Red VS. Dead. This pull no punches zombie flick is a, for the lack of a more eloquent phrase, balls to Read More →