Jordan Blady’s debut feature, Softness of Bodies, is a tale of a troubled young woman’s directionless life and her transition (or lack thereof) into adulthood.
Blow the Man Down is an Amazon Original that focuses on two young women covering up a crime while realizing their small fishing town isn’t what it seems.
Alexis Ramirez’s Out of Boredom is a brief and amusing look at a young woman’s uneventful Saturday night.
Released on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Planting Earth Week is a wonderful short documentary focusing on the struggles of both radical and non-radical activism in these trying times.
The Season 5 finale of AMC’s Better Call Saul aired last night so let’s have a discussion on the Breaking Bad spin-off and where it’s headed in its sixth and final season. *Minor spoilers ahead.*
Kirill Sokolov’s debut feature Why Don’t You Just Die! is a violent and bloody affair in the vein of Quentin Tarantino with plenty of black comedy strewn about in the chaos.
Steve Blackwood’s new short film, Stuck, is a rapid fire comedy with heart that revolves around an oversized sex contraption.
Michael Reich’s surreal comedy/horror/romance/whatever you want to call it is a spectacle you need to judge for yourself.
Kévin Mendiboure’s new film, The Mannequin, is a brief and effective piece of short horror cinema with the filmmaker’s talents on full display.
Pedro C. Alonso’s debut feature, Feedback, is a suspenseful and dramatic hostage story with great performances from its leads.