TRAPPED, the debut short film from Fazeel AJ, is a mind bending trip into a young man’s never-ending loop of drug addiction.
Though tonally confused, Fernando Grostein Andrade’s ABE is a youthful tale about a young boy’s intent to unite his family with his love for cooking.
Andrew Patterson’s directorial debut, THE VAST OF NIGHT, is a sci-fi throwback that will chill viewers to the bone while leaving them clamoring for more.
The new film, BILL, from Dan Gitsham and Sophie Mair is a creative piece of “bite sized” horror cinema with its eerie story and effective thrills.
IT ALL BEGINS WITH A SONG is a wonderfully crafted look at the underappreciated songwriters of the Nashville music scene and the songs they’re responsible for.
ROSES FOR MS. JACOBS, is a thought-provoking and well made short film dealing with the lasting trauma from a case of sexual abuse.
Brandon Cronenberg’s new psychological body horror film, Possessor, assaults the senses with its brutal violence and mind-bending story.
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.