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.
Brian Butler’s new science fiction throwback, FRIEND OF THE WORLD, is a relevant trip through a war-torn zombie-ish apocalypse.
Hector Babenco’s final film, MY HINDU FRIEND, features an excellent performance from Willem Dafoe but is a bit schizophrenic in tone.
THE JUNGLE OF ACCOUNTING is a hilarious mockumentary about a small accounting firm and their issues in finding a reliable assistant.
The new film from Amy Seimetz, SHE DIES TOMORROW, is a mind-bending psychodrama that compels as much as it sometimes irritates.
Karen Maine’s feature length directorial debut, YES, GOD, YES, is a hysterical look at a Catholic teenager’s transition into sinful womanhood.
DEAD DICKS, the feature length directorial debut from Chris Bavota and Lee Paula Springer, is tonally inconsistent but a fun and even touching experience.
Rebekah Burrows’ debut short film, AD MELIORA, is an emotionally effective call to arms for female empowerment in a male dominated society.
Tyler Smith’s “visual essay” documentary, REEL REDEMPTION, is an impartial look at the impact of Christianity on the past, present, and future of cinema.