About Robert Joseph Butler

Robert Butler is an award-winning filmmaker whose most recent feature length movie, "Blood Immortal," won Best Horror Feature Film at the 24th annual Indie Gathering International Film Festival and is now available to own on DVD and on Digital platforms. His favorite films include Mulholland Dr., 2001: A Space Odyssey, Persona, Pulp Fiction, Goodfellas, Sunset Blvd., Lost in Translation, Apocalypse Now, The Godfather, The Godfather: Part II, Citizen Kane, Cries and Whispers, L'Aventura, Do the Right Thing, Fargo, Schindler's List, La Dolce Vita, Pickup on South Street, Nashville, There Will Be Blood, Vertigo, and Contempt.

Infinity Pool

With Infinity Pool, his third and boldest film thus far, Canadian filmmaker Brandon Cronenberg, proves yet again he can produce and direct another original screenplay that not only carries on [...]


Two teenage boys find their innocent intimacy and friendship in turmoil during the new school year in Close, Lukas Dhont's sensitive and potent sophomore feature that was just nominated for [...]

Women Talking

Since the #MeToo movement, many women have come forward to reveal unflattering details about the abuse they have endured and suffered from, which has been covered up for years by [...]

Alice, Darling

By channeling the tropes of psychological thrillers that are about romantic obsession, Mary Nighy's directorial debut Alice, Darling is gender-reversed like the 1996 iconic thriller Fear, but it ends up [...]


Skinamarink, will certainly draw comparisons to stripped down ultra-low budget horror movies like Paranormal Activity, The Blair Witch, Open Water, or even David Lynch's Eraserhead. The horror in the film [...]

Saint Omer

While the film holds all the striking realism of a documentary, the emotional depth displayed by French filmmaker Alice Diop bounces between a courtroom drama and a cinema verité chamber [...]

A Man Called Otto

It's now been seven years since the Swedish comedy-drama A Man Called Ove (2015) became an Oscar nominee for Best International Film and Best Makeup, and it was a critical and [...]


Veteran Japanese filmmaker Hirokasu Kore-ada makes his second film in a row outside of his native homeland with Broker, an uneven but undeniably poignant crime drama, part road movie. After [...]