Brian Levin’s debut feature, UNION BRIDGE, is very well shot and acted but feels painfully slow due to the lack of an engaging story.
Josh Trank’s aptly titled biopic, CAPONE, spotlights Tom Hardy as the aging, dementia-ridden mob boss in an emotionally devoid mess of a film.
Kemal Yildirim’s new feature film, WASTELANDS, displays his technical filmmaking prowess but has a little too much going on in terms of its story.
Dead to Me Season 2 stays true to the first season’s winning formula with more likable characters, mishaps, laughs, and suspense to please its fanbase.
SWALLOW, the debut feature from writer/director Carlo Mirabella-Davis, is an uncomfortably bizarre trip into a young pregnant woman’s harmful addiction.
Bruce C. Bradbury III’s new short film, ROOFTOPS, boasts genuine performances amidst a charming New York City backdrop but suffers from a lack of direction.
Hilary Brougher’s newest feature film, South Mountain, may focus on a crumbling marriage but it also promotes the everlasting tenderness of family.
Though The Lodge suffers from an iffy ending and some comparisons to 2018’s Hereditary, it’s still a suspenseful experience that’ll satisfy horror fans.
With Season 3 of HBO’s once brilliant sci-fi drama, Westworld, wrapping up last night, it’s very clear that the show has changed and not for the better.
Justin Taite’s newest short film, The Awful Kind, channels early Tarantino with its misdirection and paranoia following a train robbery gone bad.