Review: ‘FOR HERE OR TO GO’ tackles the H-B1 visa issue with heart and humor.




Statistically, those of us born in the US are incredibly lucky. The likelihood that someone is born in Asia is so much more likely when you consider population density. Having 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 →

Interview: Amy Koppelman, author and screenwriter of ‘I SMILE BACK’ tells us where Amy ends and Laney begins.




Beautifully insightful, generous human being, and honest writer, Amy Koppelman now has three books and one screenplay under belt. Her novel, I SMILE BACK just opened in theaters, a film Read More →

Review: ‘THE CONNECTION’ out on DVD, Blu-Ray, and HD Digital!




A stylish, ’70’s-period crime thriller inspired by true events, THE CONNECTION tells the story of real-life Marseille magistrate Pierre Michel (Academy Award® Winner Jean Dujardin, The Artist, The Wolf of Wall Read More →

Review: ‘BRAVE MEN’S BLOOD’ is film festival worthy.




Corruption in the police force is not a new topic. In Olaf de Fleur‘s new crime thriller, BRAVE MEN’S BLOOD, treachery is brought to the forefront with a script filled with Read More →

Trailer: ‘THE WITCH’ looks insanely frightening.




  Presents   THE WITCH A film by Robert Eggers   ***Winner – Directing Award, Dramatic – 2015 Sundance Film Festival***   THE WITCH will have its International Premiere at Read More →

10 years Later… ‘WTC View’ is being released on iTunes. Liz interviews Director Brian Sloan and star Michael Urie




Everyone has their own story. Everyone remembers where they were and what they were doing when they found out about the planes hitting the towers. It was not a good Read More →

Liz’s Review: The Homesman- A long winding journey.




As a child I sat in a hard plastic chair in my town library and played The Oregon Trail until eventually my player died of dysentery. I thought it was Read More →