RELIC, the debut feature from Natalie Erika James, is an uneasy and suspenseful tale with themes of aging and mortality at its forefront.
Director Zach Gayne’s new film, HOMEWRECKER, is a lot of fun with its creepily obsessive story of a middle aged woman forcing her way into someone’s life.
SHIRLEY, the aptly titled biopic on horror author Shirley Jackson, features a wonderful performance from Elisabeth Moss but loses focus far too often.
BABYTEETH, the feature film debut from director Shannon Murphy, is a heartfelt story of a chronically ill teenager’s relationship with a drug dealer.
Michael Bentham’s feature length debut, DISCLOSURE, is a tense drama bolstered by excellent performances and a realistically distressing script.
The debut narrative feature from Moez Solis, THE MENTOR, is a fun, self aware, and satirical look at filmmakers and filmmaking in general.
While hampered from having a few too many ideas, SAINT FRANCES is a heartwarming tale of friendship, family, and self discovery.
Chris Esper’s new short documentary, YESTERYEAR, is a visual art piece that impacts emotionally with its home movie footage portraying simpler times.
Mark Jackson’s new film, THIS TEACHER, is an uncomfortably tense, and sometimes misguided, film about a young woman struggling with her purpose in life.
Spike Lee gives viewers another emotionally heavy story hampered by too much plot and a dose of that unavoidable Spike Lee propaganda in DA 5 BLOODS.