The latest entry in the budding maternal/pregnancy horror subgenre, Birth/Rebirth, proves what fresh talents can create with a unique vision, despite using familiar building blocks. In this case, director and [...]

Theater Camp

We have experienced theatrics being mocked in mockumentary fashion before with Christopher Guests Waiting for Guffman, among many other subcultures. Molly Gordon and co-writer and co-director Nick Lieberman show signs [...]

Final Cut

In 2017, a nearly micro-budget Japanese movie titled One Cut of the Dead upended the zombie, found footage, and horror-comedy subgenres all at once, garnering critical praise and making over [...]

Sound of Freedom

The emerging sleeper hit of the summer, Sound of Freedom has seemingly come out of nowhere and upended all expectations, collecting close to $100 million at the box office, as [...]


Capturing the life of one of the most enigmatic artists in history is no easy feat, an effort few filmmakers have attempted for Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí. While director Mary [...]

The Machine

Anyone familiar with Youtube around 2016 will be remember a stand-up comedy bit that was shared everywhere. The bit, coming from comedian Bert Kreischer in his special The Machine, was [...]


A thorny and unconventional love story, Zachary Wigon's sophomore feature Sancturary plays out more like a modern expansion of Steven Shanberg's 2002 indie classic Secretary, about two people bouncing in [...]

Master Gardener

A relatively clunky and implausible character study about a troubled man attempting to atone for his past deeds is served up with mixed results in Paul Schrader's Master Gardner. Channeling [...]


Director Robert Rodriguez is anything but unreliable, and he proves it again with his latest narrative feature, Hypnotic. Channeling the mind-bending properties of thrillers like Inception, Shutter Island, and Memento, [...]

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