Review: ‘The Houses October Built 2’ scares up some déjà vu.

Recovering from the trauma of being kidnapped last Halloween by the Blue Skeleton – a group who take “extreme haunt” to another level – five friends decide they must face their fears in order to move on. Heading back out on the road to visit more haunted house attractions, signs of the Blue Skeleton start appearing again and a new terror begins… Read More →

Review: ‘CLOWNTOWN’ is as frightening as it sounds.

Thanks to the likes of Stephen King, Poltergeist, and American Horror Story clowns are not cool. Lately, in fact, people dressed as clowns are attempting to lure small children into wooded areas in middle America. Why? That’s just sick! In Tom Nagel‘s new film CLOWNTOWN, a group of friends is stranded in what appears to be an abandoned town, until Read More →

Review: ‘I.T.’ sees Pierce Brosnon fight firewall with firewall.

In a world where our entire life exists online, we are constantly in danger of being hacked. Think about it. We bank online, send photos, texts, emails, shop, pay bills, you can now lock and unlock your front door via an app. We take our security for granted. The recent yahoo hack should prove another warning to folks to check Read More →

Review” ‘SOUTHWEST OF SALEM’ tells the story of ‘The San Antonio Four’ and their ongoing pursuit for exoneration. #FREETHESA4

SOUTHWEST OF SALEM: THE STORY OF THE SAN ANTONIO FOUR, opening in NEW YORK on SEPTEMBER 16 at CINEMA VILLAGE.More often than not, when we think about our legal system today, perhaps the word that comes to the mind of many is “Injustice” How much does personal belief, whether religious or political, sway the decision of a DA’s office or Read More →

Review: ‘THE VESSEL’ is a struggle between grief and belief.

In Theaters September 16, 2016 Starring: Martin Sheen (TV’s “The West Wing,” Apocalypse Now) Lucas Quintana (Wing it, Death of an Ally) Jacqueline Duprey (Under Suspicion, Entre Nos) Aris Mejias (Gabi, “Incógnita”) When tragedy strikes, your universe can crumble. Everything you know can seem confusing or useless. Darkness takes hold. We search for the smallest meaning to turn our sadness into Read More →

Review: ‘MAX ROSE’ sees legend Jerry Lewis in his first live-action film in two decades.

Presents  MAX ROSE In Theaters September 2nd Starring: Jerry Lewis, Claire Bloom, Kevin Pollak, Kerry Bishé, Dean Stockwell, Mort Sahl, Illeana Douglas, Rance Howard, and Lee Weaver Written and Directed by: Daniel NoahDrawing on personal experiences tends to be a pretty successful way to tell a story. Raw emotion tends to translate from page to screen, especially if you have a Read More →

Review: ‘BECOMING BULLETPROOF’ is a touching and insightful documentary.

I went to camp as a kid. It was pretty typical; arts & crafts, team sports, theater, and camp songs. I also remember being integrated with a few kids who has Down syndrome. As a little kid, this was pretty foreign to me, but as I attended high school, some of these same kids were now in my art classes. Read More →

Review: ‘COOTIES’ is infectiously delicious.

“Circle, Circle, Dot, Dot, Now you have your cootie shot!” Let’s be real. We’ve all had our cootie shot at some point in elementary school. It was necessary  to survive the playground territory wars and/or avoid a horrible disease ridden classmate. Oh wait, that’s not what it was used for back then. The disease ridden classmate part, I mean. That’s Read More →

Jordan’s Review: Why you shouldn’t ‘Pay the Ghost’.

For those of you who are excited for this October’s spooky festivities, you may be better off turning your attention away from Nicolas Cage’s new horror flick, Pay the Ghost. Alongside the lackluster Academy Award Winner is The Walking Dead actress, Sarah Wayne Callies, who out of the two of them, gave a more believable performance. The film was brought to us by critically acclaimed German Read More →

Review: ‘BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS’ we all know a few.

We’ve all been there at one time or another. Sitting in a cubicle, or the like, wanting  desperately to staple a co-worker’s mouth shut or just whiteout our own eyes. But we think, hey, if I work hard enough, I’ll get that  promotion and maybe, just maybe, this won’t suck as much as I think it does. Welcome to BLOODSUCKING Read More →

Review: Shedding Light on ‘Chloe and Theo’

It all began with a dream. A dream that the world would receive a fatal kiss from the sun and the ice in the north would retreat. Director and screenwriter, Ezna Sands exhibits the concerns for our environmental well-being in his heartfelt cli-fi (climate change fiction), Chloe and Theo. Theo (Theo Ikummaq), an Arctic Inuit man, was told about this dream Read More →

Hide Your Thoughts, the NEW Trailer and Poster for ‘Listening’ has been released

From first time director Khalil Sullins, comes an indie, sci-fi thriller about the technological discovery of telepathy. Listening, follows the lives of three grad students who figured out that the only computer that is smart enough to get inside the human mind is simply another human mind; together they create the technology to connect two human brains. Although, in spite Read More →

Liz’s Review: ‘HONEYMOON’ – to have and to hold from this day forward.

They say things don’t change once you get married. That, my friends, is a load a crap. There is an inherent shift, albeit subtle for some. Maybe it is just a piece of paper, legally, but there is a certain emotional weight to being hitched to another human being… for life.

Liz’s Review: ‘Wetlands’… Gross and Glorious!

I knew going into this film that the trailer alone was NSFW. I was in for a complete surprise when Wetlands as a whole blew the trailer way out of the water. Never have I ever experienced a movie so utterly disgusting and amazing at all once.

Liz’s Review: ‘Rocks In My Pockets’ – The extraordinary weight of sadness and madness.

Mental illness is a hot button issue these days. We pretend to address it but if we’re being honest,  we continue to sweep it under the rug. In a brand new film by writer/director Signe Baumane, we follow the true story of her familial heritage, specifically with undiagnosed bouts of severe depression.

Liz’s Review: ‘And Uneasy Lies The Mind’ … the first feature shot entirely on an iPhone.

Making a film is expensive. But it doesn’t have to be. The new film And Uneasy Lies The Mind is the very first of its kind; shot entirely on an iPhone. The story revolves around a young movie star named Peter. For his birthday and he aims to celebrate in his new ski resort mansion with expectant wife, Julie, and Read More →