Joe Badon’s arthouse horror film, SISTER TEMPEST, is a bizarre and surreal experience that’s as chocked full of intrigue as it is confusion.
Scott J. Ramsey’s feature length debut, X, is a psychosexual thriller at heart but starts mixing genres and goes on a bit too long.
Victor Neumark’s FIRST BLUSH is a mostly lighthearted tale about a polyamorous relationship that gets a bit melodramatic and sappy by the end.
WHITE LIE is an intense drama that spotlights how someone’s self-serving words and actions can cause serious collateral damage.
POOR GREG DROWNING, the debut feature from writer/director Jeffrey Scott Collins, gets cut a bit short but is a playful and satisfying comedy.
Patrick Picard’s feature length debut, THE BLOODHOUND, provides very few answers as a bizarrely hypnotic film in the vein of David Lynch.
Seth Breedlove’s new documentary, THE MARK OF THE BELL WITCH, effectively delves into Tennessean folklore but has a bit too much reenactment.
Andrew J.D. Robinson’s pseudo-documentary, WE ARE THE MISSING, is an engaging micro-budget thriller that maybe tries a bit too hard by its end.
Donald F. Glut’s TALES OF FRANKENSTEIN is a fun, low budget anthology film tailor made for fans of Mary Shelley’s original story.
Nicole Groton’s DARKNESS IN TENEMENT 45 proves relevant with its fear and uncertainty of unopposed power and the rapid spread of disease.