Al Bailey’s debut film, DTF, starts out with a pilot looking for love but devolves into depravity and ugliness that you can’t look away from.
Don Swanson’s Occurrence at Mills Creek delivers the same intrigue as its short film counterpart but too often strays from its horror tone.
Charlie Kaufman’s surreal thriller, I’M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS, isn’t his strongest but still has Kaufman’s distinct flair and intrigue.
Gabrielle Rosson’s new short film, SALVATION, is an impressive film noir throwback with some solid acting and great visuals.
Christopher Nolan’s TENET continues the filmmaker’s penchant for complex storytelling, thrilling action, lengthy dialogue, and mass confusion.
Bill & Ted Face the Music is a nostalgically fun trip through time that still manages to bring the laughs despite showing its age.
Brandon Slagle’s ATTACK OF THE UNKNOWN is a well made sci-fi/action flick that’s a bit too long and lacks a singular identity.
The debut film from the Shakespeare sisters, SOUNDTRACK TO SIXTEEN, is an awkwardly funny, yet accurate, trip back to adolescence.
The new film from Henk Pretorius, THE UNFAMILIAR, is a fun and spooky horror flick that suffers from rapid pacing and lack of exploration.
PRETENDING I’M A SUPERMAN is a fascinating nostalgia trip on skateboarding and, of course, the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater video game franchise.